MASTERCLASS - FRESH, LOOSE AND LIVELY – Extending Watercolor Techniques with John Lovett - July 2 & 3rd 2016
MASTERCLASS | FRESH, LOOSE AND LIVELY – Extending Watercolor Techniques with John Lovett
This workshop is suitable for all skill levels.
Watercolor is a wonderful, responsive medium. This workshop takes watercolor’s immediacy and excitement and introduces ink, pastel, charcoal, gesso and gouache to produce a rich vibrant result suited to a great variety of subjects.
We will learn techniques that allow us to work loosely and intuitively, responding to what is happening within the painting, rather than sticking rigidly to a predetermined plan.
I will guide you through my approach to watercolor, then encourage you to expand on that with a variety of exciting techniques that blend with and extend the traditional approach to watercolor painting.
You will learn to :
• Work on the painting as a balanced whole rather than a collection of separate parts
• Relate different techniques to different subjects
• Keep control and balance subtlety with accidental looseness.
I will provide a variety of painting subjects and will do two demos each day. The demos will be done in stages and I will assist students between demonstrating.
We will work hard, have a lot of fun and produce some exciting paintings.
Date: July 2nd & 3rd 2016
Time: 10:00am - 5:00pm
Ellis Art Studios
1021 Ellis Street Kelowna, BC V1Y 1Z3
Registration: You can secure your spot by purchasing this workshop online or by signing up via email or telephone at email@example.com | 250.300.4668 or in-person at Ellis Art Studios.
Refund & Cancellation Policy: A supply list will be provided upon registration. You may withdraw 4 weeks prior to the workshop start date and receive a full refund. No refunds will be allowed after this date.
JOHN LOVETT is a prominent Australian artist, and has been painting professionally since 1979. He is a regular contributor to International Artist Magazine and Australian Artist Magazine. He is the author of two books including “Watercolor For The Fun Of It”, and a two-hour instructional DVD called “Splashing Paint”. He conducts workshops internationally and his informal, passionate approach has won a huge following. He has had over 35 solo shows and has taken part in many group shows. See more of John's work on his website at http://www.johnlovett.com