Watercolor: Rewet, Rework & Revive! Let’s get those paintings finished! Little known in watercolor is the ability to rewet your paintings on paper, make changes and continue painting to completion. Break out your stalled, “failed” or incomplete paintings and find great solutions to finish and enhance them. I will show you how. Check values, composition, contrasts, color, expression and determine a new plan. Add new techniques and playful flourishes. You even can remove or move areas and objects, plus add layers months later!
Demo by master artist Jeanne Hyland
JEANNE HYLAND teaches lively and popular workshops in her unique flexible “Wet & Workable” method taking the rushed feeling out of watercolor. Jeanne is known for her remarkable colorful portraits, expressive floral and still life paintings. She paints her subjects with passion and vibrant colors. She also has a limited series of instructional DVDs available.
Jeanne is a master signature, signature or associate member, of numerous watercolor and art organizations. She holds a BFA in figurative sculpture from UNH and studied at École des Beaux Arts, France. Over 25 years in commercial design preceded her return to fine art. Twice on the Board of Directors of NWS. Instructed at Brand Studios, CA, LA Academy Figurative Art, Art Expos & internationally. Instructs in Santa Fe & nationally. Included in How Did You Paint That? 100 ways to paint still life & florals Vol. II and a contributor to 2013 North Light book, Creative Freedom.
Web Site: jeannehyland.com
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