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ENRICH-0578 – Art: Floral Watercolors (ENRICH-0578_WATR)

Floral Inspirations: Loose and Free Watercolor Approach

What do you say? Isn’t it time to bring in some vibrant and spirited color to these drab winter months? Absolutely! Out with the dismal, and in with the zest! What’s a good way to do just that? Watercolors, of course! With a loose and laissez-faire approach to watercolor and pen work, you can capture the essence of bright and colorful flowers that will be both satisfying and stunning. And there’s no need to fret over the dreaded "perfection." Join artist Judith Cassel-Mamet in this lively, two-hour, virtual workshop as she shares—in her fun and energetic way—how to see basic floral shapes, and then teaches how to let the watercolor flow so you can capture their essence and purity. Next, Cassel-Mamet shares how to add pen and acrylic markers to really punch up the dynamic elements of your sketch. And best of all, you don’t need any experience in watercolor or sketching—this is a class for beginners and experienced alike. Cassel-Mamet offers a suggested art material list along with resource photos as she takes you through step-by-step exercises designed to build a foundation of exploration and a new-found appreciation for art in the world of watercolors and pen work. “You’ll be ready to capture the beauty of your garden or wildflowers in no time,” she says.

One Zoom session
Sat., Feb. 26, 2022, 10 am-12 pm MT

Judith Cassel-Mamet is a mixed-media artist and instructor who teaches at the Art Students League of Denver, online at Craftsy and The Great Courses and leads art journal groups to magical spots in the U.S. and Europe. She’s the author of two books: Joyful Pages: Adventures in Art Journaling and Joyful Pages Playground and the co-creator of Sketching Spain, a virtual culture and travel journal class.
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Location: University ParkMode of Study: OnlineWaitlist Places Left: 7