Date: Tuesdays, June 29-July 20, 2021
Time: 10:00 AM-12:30PM Pacific Time, 1:00-3:30 PM Eastern Time, 6:00-8:30 PM London Time
Learn to create a bright floral watercolor painting using pouring and negative painting techniques. By pouring watercolor in rainbow colors onto paper, you will establish a bright background onto which you will draw, paint, and “discover” flowers by painting background foliage. This is a great way to begin to learn to see negative space. Fun for beginners and intermediate alike, this class will add color to your summer.
Award-winning Northwest Watercolor Society Signature member, artist, and instructor, Sarah B. Hansen has been painting for over 30 years. A self-taught painter, Sarah began by painting traditional transparent watercolor on paper, primarily portraits. By recently converting into a landscape artist, Sarahhas found in the combination of her love of nature and gestural paint application, an open door into limitless possibilities of expression. Born and raised in Southwestern Colorado, Sarah moved to Oregon in 1987, working as a commercial and residential designer in Portland. Now, Sarah can be found creating acrylic and watercolor landscapes from her studio in Bend, Oregon. Her collectors range regionally and worldwide, both in residential homes and hospitality facilities, such as Kaiser Permanente, Sunriver Resort, and Cascade Medical Imaging. She teaches workshops both regionally and abroad. Member American Women Artists, NWWS, Pacific Rim Institute of Marine Artists.
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