Fill out this secure Online Registration Form with the options to charge your $100 deposit or pay in full for your workshop. If you prefer, you can mail your registration and check or take them to the Gallery, download a printed workshop form here. Participants must be a paid up SAWG member at least 6 weeks before the workshop in order to be eligible for a member fee. Deposits are non-refundable and non-transferable to another workshop. Reservations are taken in order of submission or postmark dates (no exceptions).
WORKSHOP REFUND POLICY – Up to 6 weeks prior to the workshop – 100% refund minus the $100 deposit. Less than 6 weeks prior to a workshop – you are responsible for the full payment. If unable to attend, contact the Registrar about a substitute from the wait list. No refunds will be made! No substitutions may be made without the permission of the Registrar and only if the workshop is full. No refunds for no-shows or withdrawals. Full refund if SAWG, for any reason, cancels a workshop.
Questions? Email Judy Constantine firstname.lastname@example.org All workshops are held at St. Francis in the Foothills Celebration Center at 4625 E. River Road (near the corner of River and Swan) Tucson, AZ.
The focus of this workshop will be on teaching painting with limited palettes, Wet into Wet and Wet onto Dry paper. Pat will start the class with a critique of students paintings, followed by a demo. Students will be encouraged to do their own drawing, work with 3 colors, concentrate on analogous painting and the use of contrasting values. Any subject matter may be painted in this class. Pat’s approach to painting is direct, loose and spontaneous. She will be painting a different subject each morning for her demos, along with instruction. Pat shares the simple secrets and solutions to developing an exciting, direct painting style of your very own. Follow her plan to build confidence and skills while unleashing the spontaneous nature of watercolor in your work.
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February 12-15, 2019
student practices between, so that they can absorb and assimilate the lessons. In critiques Lian guides students to put the finishing touches on their paintings. At end of the workshop, students may be able to finish a couple of paintings, or learn enough techniques to complete them later.
that will give you the confidence to take on even the most
challenging portraits. Award winning watercolorist, Fealing
combines semi-abstract strokes and impressionistic concepts to elicit life and movement in her portrait and figure paintings. There will be a lecture, exercises and a demo each day. During this workshop, learn how value and temperature change, as well as how to use transparent glazing to allow the glow of the paper to shine through. By balancing colors and weaving lights and darks, you will achieve painterly and successful paintings.