Watercolor Society of Indiana
Thank You Keiko Tanabe, AWS, NWS! 3-day Workshop, October 2021.
Thank You Paul Jackson, AWS-DF, NWS! 4-day Workshop, July 2021.
Time TBD. This Workshop is FREE for current WSI Members.
WSI Member Janet Pribble is hosting this workshop to teach you how to take a photo of your watercolor painting, and then upload it to the WSI Website for the Annual Juried Exhibit Application.
If you are unable to attend in person, you may attend a scheduled Zoom session or a one-on-one session. Please contact us to discuss your options.
You may also contact Janet directly for assistance in uploading photos at any time. Visit the Membership Directory for Janet's info.
Become a member for as little as $45 for the 2022 calendar year.
"Portraits" 4-Day Workshop with Ken Call, AWS, NWS
July 5-8, 2022. 9:00 am to 4:00 pm each day. Break for lunch. 4-day Workshop Price: $400 for 2022 WSI Members. $460 for Non-Members.
More details coming soon! Portraits by Ken Call - Portraits by Ken Call (call4portraits.com)
How to Keep Spontaneity Alive in Your Painting 3-Day Workshop with Iain Stewart, AWS, NWS
October 26-28, 2022. 9:00 am to 4:00 pm each day. Break for lunch. 3-day Workshop Price: $390 for 2022 WSI Members. $450 for Non-Members.
Together we will cover all aspects of how I work to keep my paintings lively and gestural. It’s quite easy to get bogged down in detail and for me the perfect tool is the sketchbook. We will work both in our books and on traditional watercolor paper covering a range of subject matter and scenes. I believe that a workshop without the worry of success typically leads just there. Learn how to let go of the fear of ruining a painting and take true joy in your work. I will share my process to begin drawing with confidence, painting quickly, and breaking a painting down into understandable steps that you can repeat on your own. I typically cover how to treat painting water scenes, landscapes, and the urban environment in all of my workshops. My interest in these subjects is how man’s hand has touched the earth and how my sense of “place” is explored. I find this practice to be unique to everyone and it is my intention to help you find your own artistic voice. We will cover design, drawing, painting techniques, and finally an understandable way to put them all together. As an instructor I do not like to “pull rabbits out of hats.” I want you to understand my motivation at every stage of the process so that you can decide how you may choose to incorporate some of my techniques in your own work. I believe a good workshop begins with a foundation built on freedom of fear and the importance of pushing yourself to new levels of expression. A workshop should not be about the instructor stunning you with their own work. It is about your experience. A truly great workshop will lead to you being surprised at what you are capable of and invigorated to explore further. Intermediate to advanced. More info and supply list at: https://iainstew.fineartstudioonline.com/
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