"Capturing the Light" Watercolor Workshop with Lynn Ferris
This workshop has limited spaces. Please contact Lynn to be put on a wait list should the class fill.
"Capturing the Light" watercolor workshop with Lynn Ferris (AWS,NWS)
Good use of light and shadow can change a painting from ordinary to extraordinary. Using a limited palette, students will learn to design with light, create glowing shadows, recognize light sources, and bring drama and luminosity into their work. Lynn provides handouts, reference materials and lots of personal attention.
To register: Contact Lynn Ferris
Space is limited. Register early.
Lynn Ferris is a signature member of the American Watercolor Society,National Watercolor Society, and Florida Watercolor Society. Her work was the subject of a feature article in Watercolor magazine, can be seen in Watercolor Magic and the prestigious Splash series of books published by North Light. Her numerous awards include “Best of Show” in both the Florida Watercolor Society and Tallahassee Watercolor Society annual exhibits. She has been an award winner in The Artist’s Magazine All-Media Competition, and her work is included in the permanent collection of the Museum of Arts and Sciences in Daytona Beach.
Look for Lynn’s latest articles in the April 2017 issue of “The Artist’s Magazine” and the August 2017 issue of “Watercolor Artist”.
|Scheduled:||Saturday, October 7, 2017 10 am-4 pm|
Materials List – Lynn Ferris Watercolor Workshop
PAPER: Good quality paper is essential. I recommend Arches 140lb cold pressed.
PAINT: Bring whatever colors you are currently working with, however your palette needs to include:
Phthalo Blue (also known as winsor blue, green shade)
Cadmium Yellow Light
Thalo Green (any brand other than Cottman)
Optional colors (nice to have but not required):
Cadmium red medium
BRUSHES & PALETTE:
Whatever you are currently painting with should be fine. If you are purchasing new brushes, a #14 round is a very useful size. I like a "John Pike" style palette, but a couple of divided foam "paper" plates can substitute as an economical temporary choice.
Drawing pencil (regular number 2 is fine), straight edge, masking tape, container for water, paper towels, eraser, tracing paper, hair dryer (if you have one – we will need a couple), masking fluid (optional) If using masking fluid, a rigger or script brush is helpful.
|Cost:||$75. To register: Contact Lynn Ferris email@example.com email: firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Location:||The Carroll Arts Center, 91 West Main Street, Westminster, MD, 21157 View Google Map|