ABSTRACT WATERCOLOR EXPLORATION
Dawn Flores – VMFA
May 12, 2018
10 am to 4 pm
TAG is partnering with the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts and instructor Dawn Flores to offer a 6 hour workshop on “Abstract Watercolor Exploration” on Saturday, May 12, 2018. The class will run from 10 am to 4 pm with an hour break for lunch. The workshop will be held in the Tappahannock Art Gallery at 200 Prince Street.
To register for this class you may sign up at the Gallery (Wed-Sunday, Noon-4 pm) or contact Frank Rixey at 804-445-5131 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Deadline for registration is Friday, May 4.
There is no fee for this class and all materials will be provided by the instructor! This program has been organized by the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts and is supported, in part, by the Paul Mellon Endowment and Jean Stafford Camp Memorial Fund.
About the Class:
Watercolors have the reputation of being the most challenging painting medium. The unforgiving white of the paper and the uncontrollable nature of the water makes this medium intimidating. Through a series of exercises, participants will learn how forgiving white paper can be and how to control the water and pigment. Focusing on color and composition, participants will practice techniques while creating small and large abstract paintings. This class is designed to motivate every participant to love watercolors.
About the Instructor:
Dawn Flores is a professional artist and instructor who teaches art classes nationally. She double majored in art and theatre at the Edgewood College, the University of Wisconsin – Madison, and Loyola University in New Orleans. She earned a Certificate I Botanical Art and Illustration from the New York Botanical Garden.