UWS Mar 2019 Member Meeting: Doug Allen

Tuesday – March 5th at 7:00pm

Doug Allen will be presenting liquid watercolor and ink.

Everyone bring your brushes (#4 or #6 round), watercolors, and ink (if you have it)! Doug will bring paper. Tables will be set up for working.

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Douglas Allen, BFA, MS, Administrative Credential, has been teaching AP* Studio Art classes for over 25 years and currently works at Brigham Young University (BYU). At BYU he teaches drawing and painting to university students and also organizes Professional Development for teachers in a 5 school district university-public school partnership. He has been in this position since 2013 and before that was the Fine Arts Consultant (K-12) for 6 years in Jordan School District. He began his career teaching art at a high school in Australia and then at Alta High School in Sandy, Utah. He has been working with the College Board, both as an exam Reader and Consultant for the past fifteen years and has lead workshops and institutes nationally. Doug has been involved with Professional Development for teachers for years and is excellent at providing enrichment opportunities that strengthen their ability to help students.  Besides being an educator, Mr.Allen is an accomplished artist and has had many commissions for his paintings. He, and his students have received numerous awards in local, state, and national exhibits.


2 Comments Add yours

  1. Carol Harlow says:

    Doug is not only an incredible artist, but is also an incredible educator! I have worked with him through the College Board for over 16 years. I love his work and am so sorry I cannot attend this event.


  2. Alicia Schilder says:

    I took a class from Doug many years ago at Alta High in Sandy. Doug helped me so much on my artistic journey, and with his encouragement I actually felt I could paint!


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