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Loose & Juicy Watercolor taught by Monica Fogg

June 17, 2023 @ 10:00 am 3:00 pm



Putting the Water in Watercolor, expand personal creativity and leave limitations behind

This one day workshop explores the richness of fresh wet watercolor. We will work on skill building and confidence in brush stroke through demonstrations, exercises and application in composition.

Expand personal creativity and leave limitations behind!

LEVEL: Students who have already taken some watercolor classes will be comfortable in this faster paced class.

Bring an open mind, a sense of adventure and supplies! A detailed supply list will be sent to participants.


BRUSHES, at least:

One 1” flat brush – suggest Black Velvet, Neptune, Isabey

One round brush – suggest  8, 10 or 12. For this juicy work, I do like Black Velvet brushes

(any additional brushes)


Whatever watercolors you have, balanced hues including at least: red, yellow, blue. But a full palette will be more fun.


10+ sheets quality wc paper, approx.9×12 – Arches, Canson, Fabriano, Fluid or equivalent

Sketchbook or pad of student watercolor paper



Water container

Sponge or 10 sheets of paper towel

Palette with room for mixing, or bring a white plate for mixing

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Instructor Bio

Monica Fogg is an artist (watercolor, encaustic, acrylic, woodcut, and lithography) and designer or fabricator (Prince, Lorie Line, Disney, Guthrie Theater, Minnesota History Center and others). She has taught courses in watercolor, drawing, painting, color theory, design, visual studies and art history. She has taught in the College of Design at the University of Minnesota for over 25 years and continues to lead groups abroad for cultural and creative endeavors.

“My personal work is informed and inspired by forms found in nature. I consider and experience the foundations of the earth as symbolic of the ‘grounding’ of spirit. Representation is distilled to form, movement, essence. The process is a dance between concept and emotion.”