DON ANDREWS Watercolor Workshop May 19 – 21- CANCELLED


FULL but cancelled due to illness of instructor


MAY 19-21, 2015

St. Johns Episcopal Church

2401 College Ave, Fort Worth

Sponsored by the Society of Watercolor Artists

Still a few spots left!

Lynne Buchanan – Contact person 


for more information contact Lynne or view the SWA website at!workshops/c1rnn

Selected as our juror for the 2015 SWA International Exhibition, Don Andrews will be teaching a workshop in May. The workshop is filling, so don’t delay in placing your deposit of $75 to hold your place (non-refundable should you cancel). Our website has a marvelous video of Don’s approach to watercolor as well as registration/payment options. He will provide the demo for the regular monthly meeting on 18 May with SWA. The workshop begins the following day.

Don Andrews is a nationally known watercolor artist and workshop instructor. He is a graduate of the Ringling School of Art in Sarasota, Florida, and a resident of Fairhope, Alabama.

Don is an active member and past board director of the American Watercolor Society. His paintings have received numerous awards in national watercolor competitions, including three awards from the American Watercolor Society, and two Best of Show awards from the New England Watercolor Society.

Don has conducted painting workshops throughout the United States, Canada, Mexico, Europe and Africa for over 25 years.

Don is the author of the book, “Interpreting the Figure in Watercolor” and “Rough Sketches: Short Stories of a Traveling Artist” as well as the video “Making Watercolor Glow.” His new book, “Interpreting the Landscape in Watercolor” has just come out, as well as his 5 new DVD’s available individually or as a Watercolor Workshop Set. He is also featured in the Watson Guptill publication “Everything You Ever Wanted to Know about Watercolor” and North Light’s new book, “Confident Color” and has had numerous feature articles published in American Artist magazine, and the Watercolor issue of American Artist.

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