Continuing Education

Beginner's Watercolor Still Life Workshop

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Room #610
Samuel M.V. Hamilton Building
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Advance registration is required.

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Allison Syvertsen
Watercolor painting of laurel blossoms in a blue vase.

Discover the beauty and versatility of watercolor through colorful and thoughtful still life arrangements. Discussions and in-depth demonstrations will acquaint beginners and those with limited experience with basic watercolor painting materials and techniques. A variety of approaches will be explored, and students will be encouraged to engage with the medium to find their own personal means of expression.  Materials will be supplied to better acquaint newcomers to the practice, but students are welcome to bring their own supplies to gain guidance on, and familiarity with, their use. 

Register by: October 21

Image: Worthington Whittredge (1820-1910), Laurel blossoms in a blue vase, ca. 1890, Watercolor on paper, 15 x 10 1/2 in., PAFA permanent collection, Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Kesler, 1975.20.1

Continuing Education offers over 40 options this fall of hands-on studio art classes and workshops, outside of the degree programs, taught by stellar professional artists—many of them faculty or alumni of the School of Fine Arts. Join our community of dedicated, passionate artists and find the perfect fit for adults at any skill level.