Light, Mood, Weather and Watercolor!
A Virtual Workshop
October 20 - 22, 2020
Join Joel for a three-day virtual watercolor workshop hosted by the Delaware Watercolor Society. Joel is noted for his traditional approach to watercolor, in particular, his use of green, which has been passed down to him by a teacher who studied with the highly regarded artist and instructor Frank Vincent DuMond (1865-1951). He has adapted DuMond's principles and palette to his methods in watercolor.
Joel's paintings, often described as "tranquil, full of light and air," are based upon his Plein air sketches. In this workshop he will demonstrate techniques to capture the feeling of light, mood, weather in your watercolor landscapes. Techniques for creating clouds and skies will be demonstrated, as well as how to mix a natural green and handle all sorts of elements within a watercolor landscape.
Bring your painting supplies (which should include: Cobalt Blue, French Ultramarine, Cadmium Yellow and Ivory Black) and any landscape reference pictures. Make sure your reference has good light, shadows and/or an interesting weather effect.
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