This four hour watercolor workshop is for beginner, intermediate or professional painters alike. Jenna will begin the demo by discussing composition and planning the layout of a large scale, modern watercolor landscape. Artists are encouraged to bring in their own reference photos to create their own landscape of any scene they are drawn to. Jenna will also have a variety of photos for reference and ideas. Students will learn many valuable watercolor techniques and come away with increased understanding and a completed watercolor painting of their own at the end of the workshop.
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