ROCK, PAPER… Online Mini-Workshop Saturday Sept 26 @Noon CST
Another “High Noon” Watercolor Workshop “Rock, Paper…” $35
Rock, Paper but no Scissors. This is not a cut and paste workshop. Join me for this 2-3 hour webinar which is an online mini-workshop session that is just like one of my live workshops. I will demonstrate process, materials and painting techniques that can be used for any painting. And if you choose, you can paint along, (Note: Elements in the reference photo may be rearranged in my painting) or you can settle back and watch and ask questions via chat.
There will be a Zoom webinar or you can join via YouTube for a better quality video.
Later you will have one-week access to the video recording to follow along and study at your leisure.
The workshop will center around a painting of a scene in the mountains near Golden Colorado. We will explore some of the techniques I use to paint this type of painting from a photograph.
• The reference photo (which will be generally used as the subject for the painting) and supply list will be supplied as a download on my website.
I hope you can join me while we paint “Rock, Paper…
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A follow up email will be sent with the LINK and PASSWORD for this event once you have registered.
• Make sure to give yourself ample time to log on to Zoom prior to the start time. • A Zoom account is necessary to join a webinar like this. • I open the webinar approximately 1 hour prior to the start to allow you to check your Zoom access.If you are not familiar with Zoom, it would be good to spend some time prior to the workshop becoming acquainted with the technology. • I will NOT be able to assist you with launching or signing on to Zoom.
|When: September 26, 2020 Noon CST (US and Canada) Topic: “Rock, Paper…” Workshop Cost: $35|
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.
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