Painting Water (ponds, lakes and streams) 1-Day workshop June 30, 2013

"Quiet On the Lake" 11x14  Oil

Painting this elusive and liquid element can be an artist's biggest challenge, but can also give you wonderful results. Learn the qualities of light on water, depth, transparency, reflections and all considerations when painting water. I will teach you how to see water, what to look for in water, and simple effects you can use with your chosen medium to make the water read as water. Student artists must have a full understanding of their chosen medium.

Any medium welcomed. (Demo will be in Pastel)

June 29, 2013


Location: Sequoia Gallery
136 SW 3rd
Hillsboro Oregon 97123
United States
Bring your painting supplies and a drop cloth.
Extra panels would be helpful 
Sketchbook for notes and sketches
Portable easel
Water bottle or something to drink for hydration.
A sack lunch or lunch money. (great restaurants in walking distance too)
Bring a selection of photos of water. (No photos from published works please, due to copyright issues.)
I will also have an extensive collection of water photos to choose from.

Class limited to 10 students

Register by calling Claudia at (503) 750-6453

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Blogger Kim Vanlandingham said...

What a lovely painting! Reminds me of our farms here in KY.

6/3/13, 1:04 PM  
Blogger Brenda Boylan said...

Thanks Kimberly for your kind comment. I suppose Oregon and Kentucky has similar terrain. :)

6/3/13, 5:30 PM  
Blogger TSL said...

Lovely lovely lovely.

6/5/13, 9:38 AM  
Blogger Brenda Boylan said...

TSL...Thank you, thank you, thank you!

6/5/13, 8:39 PM  

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