Friday – Saturday, August 2-3, 2013, 9:30am – 4:00 daily
Cost: $120.00-Members $145.00-Non-Members
($100 deposit required to reserve spot in workshop) All Levels welcome
This 2-day workshop will cover techniques of watercolor including graded wash, flat wash, wet into dry, wet into wet, layered washes, salt technique and others. We will layer these techniques to create exciting abstract works of art. All skill levels are welcome. The instructor will spend time with each student to help them develop proficiency in watercolor as well as an excellent final painting. This is a great opportunity for individuals interested in watercolor to better understand the medium and new processes. Each student will leave with a watercolor booklet, 1 sheet of Arches cold press paper, 2 watercolor brushes, a mixing pallet, and paintings they’ve created.
Lindsey currently teaches watercolor at Texas Woman’s University while earning a Master of Fine Arts degree in painting and drawing and a Master of Arts in art history. In 2007, she received a Bachelor of Environmental Design Architecture from Texas A&M. After college, she briefly worked as an architectural intern before deciding to join the US Peace Corps. From 2007 – 2009, Lindsey worked with artisans as a Small Business Development Volunteer in Morocco. After returning to the United States in 2009, she decided to change careers from architecture to art.
Biography: Born in Anchorage, Alaska, Lindsey Dunnagan eventually moved to Texas where she has spent most of her life. She has received numerous awards for her watercolor paintings including the John Weinkein Distinction in the Visual Arts Award and shown in several national juried shows including Watercolor USA and VAST National.