Registration is extended until April 9th!
Watercolor Energies & Composition
Monday – Friday, April 13 – 17, 2015
9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Do you love paint? Are you often found hovering over your easel, brush in hand, palette set with clear color, acres of previous papers trailing behind you while aiming to communicate with your unseen audience by means of marks on paper, mindful of difficulties, limitations, countless false starts and failures; yet, dedicated to producing work of higher significance? If you see yourself in this scenario, then consider joining me and other painters in this watercolor painting workshop. The single, most important focus will be pictorial design, which includes planning, color, tonal values, expression and visual theme. Demonstrations, personal instruction and objective criticism will sharpen your critical powers. Not only will you gain a better understanding of the painting process, but you will be confident in your new found skills. Bring along drawings, photos or old paintings to serve as your subjects. With your regular painting gear include a soft pencil and sketch paper to plan exciting designs before painting. If this is a new procedure for you, guidance will be available. Along with Science, Theology and Philosophy, Art is one of the four grand inquiries. Those bound together by art form some of life’s most significant associations. Expect to meet new friends. When returning from the workshop to the solitude of our own studios we will be recharged by that temporary collaboration with gallant peers. Skill Level: Intermediate to Advanced.
Frank Webb studied at the Art Institute of Pittsburgh and has been a professional artist since 1947. Webb’s art has won prizes in the American Watercolor Society (Dolphin Fellow), the National Watercolor Society, Allied Artists of America, Audubon Artists, the Transparent Watercolor Society of America (Master Status) and the Butler Institute of American Art. He and his wife, Barbara, live in Pittsburgh. Visit artshow.com/webb/. Click Here for Supply List.
Workshop fee is $595 members/$620 non-members. You may opt to pay a $200 deposit, with the balance due 28 days prior to the start date of the workshop, or pay the entire fee at the time of registration. A confirmation letter and supply list will be sent upon receipt of workshop registration fee payment. Register online, call 256-535-4350 x222 or download the registration form here Frank Webb Master Artist Workshop Registration Form 2015 (for mail in only). Space is limited to 16 students, so register online or call NOW. Registration Deadline: March 16, 2015. This workshop is filled on a first-come, first-served basis! Workshop will be held in the Museum Academy classrooms at the Huntsville Museum of Art at Big Spring International Park.
Please note: Because of our obligations to the instructor, no refund of any payment will be made for notification of withdrawal within 28 days of the start of the workshop. Prior to March 16, 2015, we will refund your registration fees less a $200 workshop cancellation fee. However, there will be no refunds given for cancellations after March 16, 2015. The Museum reserves the right to cancel classes which do not meet minimum enrollment requirements. This minimum enrollment is determined on an individual class basis. In case of cancellation by the Museum, the advance payment will be refunded to you. The Huntsville Museum of Art assumes no liability for non-refundable airline tickets or other expenses that cannot be used due to any classes or workshops being cancelled or schedule changes.