with Felicia Follum
4 Sessions: Tuesday Evenings in January (6th, 13th, 20th,
and 27th) from 5:30 until 8pm
This workshop will cover basic watercolor techniques, supplies, and color mixing. We will also discuss how watercolor is different from non-water mediums and ways to take advantage of these differences.
We will also discuss strategies for achieving bright and vivid colors.
Optional homework will offer the chance to reinforce what we practiced during the workshop and to encourage review throughout the week, as well as a chance for feedback at the next class.
About The Instructor
Felicia Follum is a watercolor artist and graphic designer. Her work often focuses on cultural diversity, social issues or the mixing of culture. Her watercolor paintings can be recognized by their bright colors and bold textures.
She recently moved from Laramie, Wyoming and is excited to become an active member of the arts community here in the Tri-Cities.
Felicia has experience teaching art to a wide variety of students including at risk teens, adults with disabilities, and young children with little to no English. She absolutely loves sharing art with people in a variety of ways and is a believer in “social change through art.”
All Fridays in January we will be painting in the workroom at the gallery from 10am to 1 pm. Bring a project and your supplies and join us. This is a free event for members.
For more information call Mia Portlock at 591-8803.