Utah Watercolor Society
| STORYTELLING AND THE LIVING LANDSCAPE|
How to capture life in a sketchbook while living it
This is a Zoom event
It is so easy to just snap a picture and store it on your phone or iPad. But there is another way to capture a time and place that will cement it into your memory and bring it back to your mind with all the smells, sounds, and visuals that a camera can’t capture.
This series of classes will focus on using a sketch book and various media to capture what you see around you.
You will be sent links for this online course once you register.
* A sketch book (Canson Mix Media 5.5 x 8.5 in. or Canson Watercolor Aquarelle 10 x 7 in.)·
* A pencil or pen (Blackwing soft pencil or Pilot black pen)·
* Any set of watercolors (from children’s to Windsor Newton,depending on how much you want to spend)·
* A waterproof black ink (for example, Pigma Micron 05) or Prismacolor assorted markers·
* Masking tape, watercolors, and watercolor brushes
First class: February 2, 2022—7 to 8:30 p.m. Drawing and capturing what you see around you in a sketchbook
Materials: Sketchbook and pencil or pen
Second class: February 9, 2022—7 to 8:30 p.m. Adding watercolor to your sketchbook
Materials: Watercolors and a waterproof black ink or assorted markers
Third class: February 16, 2022—7 to 8:30 p.m. Painting a watercolor picture together in each of your sketchbooks
Materials: Masking tape, watercolors, watercolor brushes, and your watercolor sketchbook
The fee for this series of classes is $85. The class will be limited to 25 participants, adults 18 and older.
Click below to Register
Sherry Meidell has worked as a professional artist for more than 45 years, starting her career as a graphic designer, continuing as an illustrator for children’s books and magazines, and painting watercolors that have been shown and won awards in regional and national exhibits. She is a signature member of the National Watercolor Society, Utah Watercolor Society (UWS), and the Western Federation of Watercolor Societies. She is currently the President of the Utah Watercolor Society. She has received numerous awards, including best of show at the UWS Spring Exhibition 2015 and the Entrada Institute’s top award at the 2014 Arts and the Park plein air competition at Capitol Reef National Park. She has taught watercolor classes, and over the past decade has presented multiple workshops and classes on children’s book writing and illustrating, art principles, the use of a sketch book to improve skill and confidence, and watercolor painting and technique.
For more information about Sherry, here is a link to her blog: http://sherrymeidell.wordpress.com
|Free Sample Kit Opportunity for UWS members! Hahnemühle is excited to offer their FREE SAMPLE KITS OF THEIR NEW COLLECTION WATERCOLOR PAPER to each UWS member. Send your email requests to [email protected]. |
YOU MUST mention that you are a member of the UTAH Watercolor Society and include your complete mailing address to receive 2) 6” x 8” cold-pressed sample sheets sent to you at no cost via US mail. This offer is only for US residents. The Collection watercolor paper is an acid-free, 100% cotton, vegan surface-sized, mould-made paper.
Click here for a demo video of these fine papers
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