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Watercolor workshop:
Painting a Glowing Still Life in Watercolor
Step-by-step watercolor techniques to achieve realistic effects
Taught by nationally acclaimed artist Barbara Fox

Saturday and Sunday, May 3 and 4, 2014
10 am to 4 pm

Curriculum:
Using a still life and photographs, the participants will learn how to plan a painting, and to use the technique of layering washes to build glowing color and dramatic contrast.

Participants will paint a challenging still life, incorporating the transparency and reflections of glass and/or metal, and the texture and color of fruits and/or flowers. Barbara will start the class with a demonstration of her technique, and throughout the workshop give more demonstrations of each step of painting.

Everyone will paint from the same photograph that the instructor will provide.

Recommended Experience:
This workshop is designed for people familiar with the basic techniques of watercolor painting.

Materials:
For materials list, visit http://www.barbarafoxartstudio.com/painting-supply-list.html

*300 lb cold pressed watercolor paper for this workshop will be provided by the instructor.*

Cost:
$125
plus materials (see link above). Payment accepted via PayPal, below, or by check made out to:
Crary Art Gallery, 511 Market St, Warren, PA, 16365.
Class size is limited to 16, so register early. Crary Art Gallery members will a 10% discount returned.

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Barbara Fox teaches watercolor workshops as part of her full-time work as an artist. She holds a BFA in studio art from UC Davis and has also studied at the Academy of Art in San Francisco. Her paintings have appeared in numerous publications and exhibitions, winning dozens of awards. In the last few years she has been commissioned to design several medals and gold coins, for instance Congressional Gold Medals, and the commemorative coin for the Girl Scouts. To see more about the artist, visit her site. You can download her resume here.