Sampling Ink, Watercolor + Gouache through the Ages
Expand your painting practice by studying water-based techniques used from antiquity to today. We’ll learn how ink, gouache and watercolor have been used over the centuries to create preparatory studies and finished paintings on paper. You’ll create small studies in each medium to better understand technique and use of water media for representational and abstract painting. Plan to walk away with a set of small works on paper and one larger finished piece.
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About the Instructor
Amie Oliver's artwork is in corporate and private collections including Try-Me Gallery, Thelonious Monk Institute of Jazz, Delta State University, The LCVA, The Hampden-Sydney Poetry Review, Bowling Green State University, Capital One, Media General, VCU, Mississippi State University and the VCCA. Her work has been exhibited across the USA, Europe, China, S. Korea, Tibet and Australia. Fellowship and exchange opportunities at the Virginia Center for Creative Arts and it's exchange partners abroad, the Cite Internationale des Arts in Paris,the Metasenta Foundation and the Vermont Studio Center demonstrate her ability to connect to other people and places as an artist and teacher.See More Classes By Instructor Instructor Website