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Watercolor: Skies+Water taught by Monica Fogg
April 11, 2021 @ 1:00 pm – 3:30 pm CDT
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Class meets Sundays: April 11, 18 and 25th from 1-3:30pm CT
Intended for those with previous watercolor experience
Have you been painting with watercolor for a while and would like to advance your depictions of expressive skies and water?
This 3-part workshop, focuses on just that; achieving atmospheric and expressive interpretations of sky and water while building further freedom and confidence in your use of watercolor. We will practice ease of stroke, wet-in-wet, glazing and color strategies.
Each session includes demo, practice, discussion and an assignment to continue painting after each meeting.
Your work in this investigation will be a great foundation to carry forward into your painting.
Intended for those with previous watercolor experience: you should be comfortable with color mixing, working both dry and wet. Getting Your Feet Wet or a basic intro is NOT enough.
Please note: Payment and registration for this class will not be done through wetpaintart.com, and therefore will not show up on your customer account. Check out using your PayPal account or your credit card. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have questions.
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.”