Phyllis Rapp, a noted Northern California artist and a signature member of the California Watercolor Association, will teach a workshop here at Oakmont. The emphasis of the workshop will be to create artwork that contains context, that is, a work that “tells a story” and has meaning for both the artist and the viewer.
The instructor will guide each student to create work that is not only a painting done with knowledgeable watercolor techniques but work that tells a story. Each student will choose their own subject to paint keeping in mind that his or her painting will tell a story.
The workshop is open to students at all levels of experience. Techniques, design and composition will be reviewed and individual help will be available for those who need guidance with the watercolor craft. A materials list will not be needed. Students are free to choose their own paints, paper, and brushes, however, a materials list will be provided for students who request one.
Demonstration: Friday, April 13, 6:00pm-8:00pm, East Rec Workshop: Saturday and Sunday, April 14, 15, Art Room, CAC
You can see Phyllis’ work at the Upstairs Art Gallery in Healdsburg. Contact Dan Fishman at firstname.lastname@example.org for more workshop details and to register for the workshop. The fee for this two-day workshop is $165.00.
Create your own unique website with customizable templates.