This is a art workshop for artists who are interested in learning to paint in the realistic style of the Dutch and Flemish still life painters of the 16th and 17th century. Participants will learn how to see, draw and paint objects in realistic detail. Laurin will teach the British, “Two-Brush” technique of how to make things look round and three dimensional. He will also share information about the history of realistic still life painting and its current popularity in the world market. In this art class you will also learn to create deep black backgrounds.
Laurin is an architect who has put his skills as an architect, in drawing, photographing, and observing to use as a watercolorist. He is a signature member of more than a dozen watercolor societies including the American Watercolor Society, National Watercolor Society, Transparent Watercolor Society of America, and Southern Watercolor Society. His work in realism has been published in leading art magazines such as: “American Artist”, “Watercolor”, “Watercolor Artist”, “Artists Magazine” and “International Artist”. His work has also been included in books around the world such as Splash 9, 10, 11, 12, and 13.
Level 3 (and up): Intermediate - Assumes the student has a basic knowledge of the medium, but seeking experience and techniques. Average paced with individual help for all students.
OR: Register at least 6 months in advance and enroll in our 50/50 plan (half of the tuition at the time of registration and the other half 60 days prior to the workshop) and receive 7.5% off* of the workshop tuition.
OR: Register at least 6 months in advance and enroll in our 3 month payment plan and receive 5% off* of the workshop tuition.*Registrations are first come, first serve for remaining spaces available in the workshop.
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$100 is non-refundable for all workshops, regardless of when you cancel. If you cancel your workshop at least 60 daysprior to the workshop, you will receive a refund of all money except for the $100 fee. There is NO refund, for any reason, if you cancel within 60 days of the workshop. We understand that last minute emergencies, illnesses, or conflicts come up that can't be controlled, and we are truly sorry, but due to committed expenses on the part of Cheap Joe's, we are not able to make exceptions.
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|Artist / Organization / Sponsor||Cheap Joe's Art Stuff|
|Workshop Instructor||Laurin McCracken|
|Workshop Title||Painting Realism in Watercolor|
|Level of Instruction||Level 3 and up|
|Workshop Start Date||Aug 14, 2017|
|Workshop End Date||Aug 17, 2017|
|Workshop Street Address 1||374 Industrial Park Dr.|
|Workshop Region / State||NC|
|Workshop Postal Code||28607|
|Workshop Country ID||US|
|Contact Person||Edwina May|
|Workshop Contact Phone||1-800-227-2788 ext. 1123|
|Workshop Contact Emailemail@example.com|
|Workshop Contact Fax||828-262-0795|
|Maximum Class Size||20|