Posts Tagged 'watercolor'

On to week 3 – Mask Making!

I’m up in my air conditioned studio starting a painting (well, at least I’ve set up), and planning for Week 3’s Mask Making. We are very glad we had those ductless mini splits installed when we were building this house. The weather

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On to week 3 – Mask Making!

I’m up in my air conditioned studio starting a painting (well, at least I’ve set up), and planning for Week 3’s Mask Making. We are very glad we had those ductless mini splits installed when we were building this house. The weather

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On to Week 2

Week 1 of the Summer Six was a blast. Over the course of 4 mornings we did air-dry clay, watercolor, pastel, and on the last day painted our clay stuff and made acrylic paintings. Week 2 is a 3-day smorgasbord, Tues

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On to Week 2

Week 1 of the Summer Six was a blast. Over the course of 4 mornings we did air-dry clay, watercolor, pastel, and on the last day painted our clay stuff and made acrylic paintings. Week 2 is a 3-day smorgasbord, Tues

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Summer Update

Greetings from the other side of the continent. I am at Joint Base Lewis McChord near Tacoma, WA. The landscape and tall trees around here are gorgeous, and I’m often surprised to see Mt Ranier looming in the distance. The view

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Summer Update

Greetings from the other side of the continent. I am at Joint Base Lewis McChord near Tacoma, WA. The landscape and tall trees around here are gorgeous, and I’m often surprised to see Mt Ranier looming in the distance. The view

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Art Smorgasbord

Kids had a blast experimenting with different mediums: clay, watercolor, pastel, and acrylic paints. They’re often happy to return to pastel painting. The first day we made stuff with sculpt-it air dry clay. The biggest lesson everyone seems to come

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Art Smorgasbord

Kids had a blast experimenting with different mediums: clay, watercolor, pastel, and acrylic paints. They’re often happy to return to pastel painting. The first day we made stuff with sculpt-it air dry clay. The biggest lesson everyone seems to come

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Week 4 – Art Smorgasbord

Three sibs and two cousins this week for Watercolor, Pastels, and Acrylic Painting. Great job, kids! Day 1 Watercolor          Day 2 Pastel Day 3, Acrylic

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Week 4 – Art Smorgasbord

Three sibs and two cousins this week for Watercolor, Pastels, and Acrylic Painting. Great job, kids! Day 1 Watercolor          Day 2 Pastel Day 3, Acrylic

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Week 2 – Art Smorgasbord

This week was Art Smorgasbord with a fun group of cousins and friends. Day 1 we did air dry clay (always a disappointment) :-). Day 2 Watercolor; Day 3 Pastel; Day 4 paint the clay and Acrylic painting.      

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Week 2 – Art Smorgasbord

This week was Art Smorgasbord with a fun group of cousins and friends. Day 1 we did air dry clay (always a disappointment) :-). Day 2 Watercolor; Day 3 Pastel; Day 4 paint the clay and Acrylic painting.      

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New Works

We had a busy week at the Top. Twenty-one artists did some wonderful works. Whenever we have newbies, we always to the orange lesson, as it’s the best way to familiarize artists with pastels and creating volume with values. Students

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New Works

We had a busy week at the Top. Twenty-one artists did some wonderful works. Whenever we have newbies, we always to the orange lesson, as it’s the best way to familiarize artists with pastels and creating volume with values. Students

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New work

In summer we like to experiment with lots of different media.  Here’s the work from the last couple of weeks. Smorgasbord – We did clay, watercolor, pastel and acrylic (I forgot to take pix of the clay stuff) Then a week

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New work

In summer we like to experiment with lots of different media.  Here’s the work from the last couple of weeks. Smorgasbord – We did clay, watercolor, pastel and acrylic (I forgot to take pix of the clay stuff) Then a week

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