Molly Hashimoto - Colors of the West: Nature's Palette (Online); Friday, April 9, 2021

This demo/talk is part of our Past Technique Takeaway series.

  • There is no Zoom link for this event as it was in the past. You’ll be able watch the recording as many times as you would like for one month. 
  • A link to the Class Group page, where you will find the recording, will be included in your purchase confirmation and on your purchase confirmation email.  You must be signed in to your Winslow Art Center account to access the recording.

 

 Date Recorded: Friday, April 9, 2021

As artists and observers, color is what commands our first attention. In the national parks and wilderness areas of the western United States we see a diverse palette that expresses the unique chromatic identity of each place.  Join Molly Hashimoto for a 1 1/2 hour demonstration of the palette she employs for several different ecosystems and learn how to take advantage of a relatively small array of paints to achieve these true-to-nature colors. You’ll visit national parks with her, and paint watercolors of mountainscapes like Hurricane Ridge in Olympic National Park, redrock terrain at Arches, and thermal pools at Yellowstone.
 
Molly Hashimoto is the author of two books, published by Mountaineers Books: Colors of the West: An Artist’s Guide to Nature’s Palette, and Birds of the West: An Artist’s Guide. Her new book Mt. Rainier: An Artist’s Tour will be published in September 2021. She teaches at the North Cascades Institute, Wenatchee River Institute, Yellowstone Forever Institute and Bellevue Botanical Garden. She has also taught for many years at Puget Sound library systems, offering workshops for participants of all ages, connecting them with nature through hands-on art experiences. Her prints and paintings are published by Pomegranate Communications and her work has been widely exhibited.
Visit her website and blog at www.mollyhashimoto.com

$40.00 for 1 month

About Our Technique Takeaways:

Discover specific art techniques that you can ‘take away’  from some of your favorite artists and apply to your own work. This one and a half hour presentation will showcase a process that the artist incorporates in his daily art practice.  Instruction will be through a combination of lecture and demonstration by the artists.