Workshops - Unique Techniques in an Arches World - LIVE GALLERY WORKSHOP

Unique Techniques in an Arches World - LIVE GALLERY WORKSHOP

         

Using your own reference, produce watercolors with a unique flair that will bring attention from viewers and draw curiosity, maybe even awards, out of Jurors. Develop a unique statement using everyday materials like Sandpaper, Corrugated Cardboard, the Mr. Clean Magic Eraser, and a sharp #11 X-Acto blade. Think the image out, prepare a unique 140# Arches Cold Press painting surface, block in your composition. Start painting loose with a large brush, and finish strong and sharp, detailing as you go. Looking to go Textural? Bold? Subtle? It’s all doable with the materials you’ll experiment with over two days. Chuck will begin each session demonstrating his various techniques. During the day, he cruises the workshop answering artists’ questions and offering one-on-one observations; revisiting any technique for a clear understanding. This workshop will bring some intriguing new tools to your paint box.

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Artist Bio

Chuck McPherson SDWS, WW, WFWS Chuck is a well-known, award-winning artist working in watercolor, mixed media, acrylic, and water-miscible oil. His art has been awarded over 400 times in shows and competitions. Holding triple watercolor Signatures, he has served on the Boards of the San Diego Watercolor Society, National Watercolor Society, Foothills Art Association, and the San Diego Museum of Art Artists Guild. He is a Listed Artist showing on the walls of institutions including the Oceanside Museum of Art, the San Diego Museum of Art, the California Center for the Arts Escondido, and fine galleries like the Ashton Gallery, EAP Municipal Gallery, North Coastal Art Gallery (COAL) in Carlsbad, and the San Diego Watercolor Society. His “Olaf Painted with His Boots On” is in the permanent collection of the Olaf Wieghorst Museum & Western Heritage Center. Chuck squeezes informative workshops and entertaining demos between teaching and mentoring artists... oh… and painting!


Non Members Fee: $185.00 Members Fee: $165.00

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Saturday, January 15th, 2022 - Sunday, January 16th, 2022
9:00 AM-3:30 PM Login and sign up

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