Nature in Watercolor

Via Zoom; for ages 18+

Tuesday, July 6, 2021
10:30 AM – 12 PM

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July 6, 7 & 8

Learn how to emulate the glorious, robust hues and organic shapes of Louis Comfort Tiffany’s decorative artworks with watercolor paints in series of online, beginner-level classes. Participants will gain a variety of skills including knowledge of watercolor as a medium, color theory and mixing, brushwork, washes, wet-on-wet, and other techniques while being reminded of the infinite beauty of nature.

Please note, supplies are not included. Click HERE for a supply list. Need advice or help when ordering supplies? Contact Studio Experience Manager Emma Moore at emoore@crockerart.org. Registration closes July 1.

The Crocker is taking measures to ensure in-person class participants maintain appropriate distance to limit and/or avoid close contact with others. Among other things, we are limiting the number of people in our classes, as well as monitoring and marking the distance between class participants. In-person participants must wear a mask — including those who have already been vaccinated — practice social distancing, and comply with health and safety protocols. Click HERE to learn more about our Health & Safety policies.

Instructor Karen Roughton is an artist, retired art professor at American River College, and a Crocker docent. She has a master’s degree from California State University, Sacramento and has been involved in art education for more than 45 years. She is known for her supportive, easygoing teaching style. 

Information

$95 for members
$125 for nonmembers

Register by clicking the REGISTER button above, or email emoore@crockerart.org for assistance. Not a member? Click here to join today!

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