All instructed workshops include supplies in the registration fee, unless otherwise noted.
Artist Masterclasses are free but attendees must reserve their seat online.
Uninstructed workshops are $15 per session and students must bring their own supplies.
June 29 – Mixed Media: Impressionist Landscape
July 16-18 – Color Mixing: How To Get Exactly What You Want
July 20 – Pastel: Fish Pond (10yrs+)
July 27 – Watercolor: Urban Cityscape
July 30 – Pastel with Watercolor: Flowers
July 31 – Collage: Small Works
This three-part workshop is designed to demystify color mixing and give students the fundamental tools to accurately mix any color imaginable (really!).
Learn how to set up an optimal working palette, how to mix any color imaginable, and how to select colors that look good together based on saturation, value, color temperature, and “complimentary” colors. Put this theory into practice as you reference famous works of art and recreate the colors therein.
Participants will learn how to select and simplify a subject and use perspective principles and painting techniques to depict a compelling LA cityscape painting.
Intermediate watercolor painters are encouraged to join us for this immersive painting experience. Equipment and materials will be supplied for participants unable to provide their own.
This workshop will immerse you in a fun and experimental 5″ x 7″ world where we will explore the development of a series of manageable, unique collage compositions. Save to bring your photographs, sketches and found ephemera to remember and reimagine.
They will then cut up the drawing and put it back together in a more abstract way, incorporating collage materials such as magazines, newspaper, colored foil and tissue paper, etc… the sky’s the limit!
This workshop is designed to unravel the secrets of plein air painting techniques but in a studio setting. Participants will learn the power of gradient washes and the skills necessary to depict boats and the effects of water reflections.
Experienced watercolorists with equipment and materials are encouraged to bring them, otherwise equipment and materials will be supplied for those unable to provide their own.