July 19th-21st Workshop with Deanna Thibault
In person at St John’s Episcopal Church College Street in Fort Worth 9:30-3pm
We’ve talked about it for years and now you have the opportunity to have some summer fun with an exciting fresh ideas workshop. Since we don’t have meetings during the summer this is the perfect solution to keep your brush wet, see those SWA friends in person and try some new ideas!
Who: Deanna Thibault lives in Granbury and states “My work ranges from impressionism to abstraction. It is always full of design, color and pattern. Many of my paintings begin with a black line using a technique called ‘Blind Contour Drawing.’…This technique often creates whimsical shapes. Working very spontaneously, to these shapes I add fresh, bold color, pattern and texture using watercolor and acrylic paints, and then apply hand-painted collage papers for additional pattern and color. As a result of this process, many people describe my work as having great black and white graphics with color and design that sizzles!”
When: Monday, July 19th through Wednesday, July 1st. 9:30 am – 3 pm with a one-hour lunch break
Where: St John’s Episcopal Church, 2401 College Ave, Fort Worth, TX 76110 Cost: $175 for SWA members/$200 for non-members.
A non-refundable deposit (applied to the cost of the workshop) will hold your place.
Deanna has been in several Western Fed shows and won a few prizes. She also won one of the two Best of Show awards at the 2009 National Watercolor prizes in the All Members Show.