2023 & 2024
Hello my friends,
Finally I’m back and scheduling new in-person workshops, watercolor demonstrations, and maybe a few classes for 2023 and 2024.
Watercolor Florals will be our focus, with color scheme ideas and layering techniques
When: August 17 – 19, 2023
Times: 9 am – 3 pm each day
Where: Double Dip Gallery: 222 W Pine St., Lodi, Ca 95240
*For more info and to sign up contact me @ firstname.lastname@example.org or go to: https://doubledipgallery.com/art-workshops-2/
Watercolor Workshop in Washington State focusing on still life floral.
Waiting list for sign-ups to be announced. Contact me if you are interested: email@example.com
September 5th – 7th
In October I will be teaching for the Nevada Watercolor Society in Henderson, Nevada
Dates: October 9 – 11
Focus: Adding whimsical elements to your watercolor. Composition and watercolor techniques
Watercolor Demonstration for Folsom Arts in California
Date: November 9
5-Day Watercolor Workshop and Watercolor Demonstration in Moultrie, Georgia for The Arts Center
Dates: March 11 – 15, 2024
2 days Watercolor Floral painting
3 days Watercolor Portraits
About Jeannie’s workshops:
Students will be guided in exploring unique techniques used to create translucent imagery.
- Learn how to use a limited palette of only 3 transparent staining hues to achieve beautiful rainbow-colored layers of color.
- By mingling color on dry paper, and on wet, you will create amazing mixes of color through glazing.
- See and learn how to lift and move color while paper is still damp making beautiful fresh textures and surface illusions.
- This process takes some patience, practice and understanding, but the visual effects reveal an unusual depth of color which is well worth the effort.
Jeannie demonstrates each day.
Each student will start with practice and exploration of techniques.
Beginners may work with Jeannie’s images, while more advanced students may choose the subject matter of their own choice.
Materials List for Watercolor Classes and Workshops
Paper: Artist-grade cold-press paper, 140 lb. (Stretched preferred) or 300 lb. Clipped, stapled or taped on gatorboard or other hard surface.
Use ¼ sheet, ½ sheet or full sheet, your choice
(For those wanting to use my template, use ¼ sheet)
Watercolor pads, 140 lb., 11 x 14 or larger, are okay
I recommend Arches brand paper.
Be prepared with extra paper for practice studies.
Brushes: Round synthetic or sable: #2, #6, #10, #14, #16, #26 (or larger)
I like Robert Simmons White Sable brushes, and Princeton brushes but any good synthetic or sable brush will be fine.
Palette: Large Professional palette with areas for mixing colors.
Winsor Yellow, or another transparent yellow (Cadmium Yellow Medium okay)
Thalo Blue or Winsor Blue (green shade)
Also on Jeannie’s palette are:
Winsor Orange, or other transparent orange
Winsor Dioxazine Violet