In this week long workshop participants will learn how to control basic washes, use the white of the paper, get the most out of their brushes, and design beautiful paintings with strong focal areas. We will get rid of the fear that goes along with most beginning journeys into watercolor, the fear of losing some precious little item. Let’s enjoy the beautiful liquid fluidity of watercolor as we learn to allow water to move the pigment on the paper with just a nudge from our brush.
Carl is an art educator and Professor Emeritus at Snow College where he taught for 30+ years. He has taught watercolor and drawing workshops throughout the United States and in Great Britain. He is the author of the very successful book, Your Artist’s Brain, which is a combined edition of two previous books on drawing and watercolor painting. Carl’s emphasis has always been on helping others have a successful experience in the art of drawing and painting. To this end he is also the co-founder of the Summer Snow workshop experience. Carl is a signature member of the National Watercolor Society, and served as a juror for that organization’s Annual International Exhibit. He is also honor member of the Utah Watercolor Society. Carl’s work has earned numerous awards, and is in many private and corporate collections.