Watercolor for Beginners with Barry Sholder - May
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Watercolor for Beginners with Barry Sholder
2 Sessions | All Levels | Price: $120 | Max.16
ARTZ1515 | Saturday & Sunday, May 24th & 25th, Sat. 10:30am – 4:30pm, Sun. 11:30am – 3pm
This class is designed for people that are new to watercolors or just haven’t had success in the past. After you are taught the four basic watercolor paint applications and the basics of composition you will paint subject matter of your choosing from the many photos that will be available. There will be demonstrations with time for questions and answers, as well as, individualized instruction. This is a fun class taught in a casual atmosphere. Come paint with us!
Barry Sholder grew up in Phoenix, Arizona watching and learning from his father who was an award winning watercolorist. He used his experience to become a photo-retoucher in the early 80's while his talent as a commercial artist led him to open his own business, Douglasville Sign and Art, 1989.
As he continued to work as a commercial artist and sign painter, he refined his watercolor skills by studying the techniques of Al Stine, Mel Stabin, Tom Lynch, and Tony Couch. Barry has won many awards throughout the Southeast for his watercolors. His paintings are in numerous private and corporate collections.
Barry has conducted acrylics and watercolor workshops throughout the Southeast and for private groups for the last 12 years. He has a passion for teaching watercolor and acrylics that comes across through his entertaining interaction with his students. Barry’s “keeping things simple”, hands-on approach to teaching has been a huge success and the many students who take his classes again and again speaks volumes about his skills as a teacher and motivator. Barry is an encourager and it shows in his students, and in the quality of their work.
This event takes place at our Buckhead store.
If this class is sold out and you would like to be added to our wait list, please email the Education Office at: email@example.com
Please visit the Binders blog and read our Q&A with this instructor to learn more. And visit their website at: http://signandart.com/
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