Mini Workshop Full
A waiting list - on a first come first served basis - will be kept. Please send you name, email and phone number to Sandy Sleeper, firstname.lastname@example.org, 801-619-0289 if you would like to be placed on the list. We will pass your information on if someone cancels. It is the responsibility of the original participant to find a replacement and acquire payment for the workshop. UWS will not refund any workshop fee.
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If the workshop is full, you can put your name on a waiting list for those who might be contacted if a previous registrant is unable to attend.
If you have previously registered and are then unable to attend, you will be responsible for finding your own replacement. However, names from the waiting list will be made available to you (in the order in which the names were received) to help you fill the spot.
Saturday, September 10th in Copperton was a balmy day. The park was busy with Boy Scouts painting curbs and the top layer of pavement was torn up; so we parked to view the mountain of tailings. Both Ann and I 'caught' good ones. Where were the other watercolorists? Well September is a busy month.
October 15th we'll met at the parking lot of the trailhead to Mount Olympus at 5789 South Wasatch Blvd @ 10:00. We love to paint out side. Join us at Pete's Rock.
Maggie Harrison 801-363-6274
Blaine Clayton 801-75556988
2016 FALL MEMBER EXHIBITION
Best of Show 2015
Magdalene's Religious Goods and Coffee Grotto - Kristi Grussendorf
Join us for an exciting night as Iain Stewart (AWS/NWS) demonstrates his beautiful watercolor technique. Iain’s work has received top awards in international competition. He is a fine artist, workshop instructor, and architectural illustrator with an international clientele. Iain also works as an adjunct professor at Auburn University where he teaches architecture in watercolor and has been featured in several watercolor and art magazines.
"Given the right encouragement and understanding of the basic fundamentals, watercolor is a creative outlet unmatched for its ease of use, cost of materials, and pure enjoyment of artistic expression." ~Iain Stewart
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Before the meeting at 6:30 PM
Sons of Utah Pioneers Hall
3301 E. Louise Ave (2920 S.)
Salt Lake City, UT 84109
First Tuesday of each month. 7-9 pm.
Vibrant Color Intensity
A touch of perspective - and a touch of design
UWS/CVS workshop with Pat Leake
Learn a simple method to lighten or darken a main color to get vibrant results. Create your own designed shapes, discover one and two point perspective, and experiment with color arrangement. These methods are fun and can enhance your watercolor compositions.
Class members will:
Learn a method of modifying color to achieve vibrant intensities practicing with simple organic & geometric forms (fruit, veggies and a paper bag)
Create personally designed negative & positive shapes by discovery with fun modular exercises
Practice easy one & two point perspective with a handmade cube
Use the principles of color arrangement combining the above methods in color, shapes, & perspective to create their own composition
When: Saturday, October 15; 10 am to 5 pm
Where: Logan Library, Jim Bridger Room
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The Utah Watercolor Society is a non-profit organization dedicated to the promotion and advancement of art, especially water media,
by holding monthly educational meetings,
providing workshop opportunities from excellent artists, and by holding annual exhibitions of watercolor.