Plein Air Watercoloring

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PLEIN AIR WATERCOLOR WITH ELIZABETH O’CONNELL

Let’s enjoy summer and painting together outdoors! This class will introduce artists to the methods and materials for working with watercolor. We’ll paint outdoors on gorgeous days and indoors in rainy weather. Painters who would like to review or expand their skills are invited to join us. We’ll explore drawing techniques and materials, mixing colors, painting tips, and finish a painting each week. We will visit several local sites together to paint outdoors.

Instructor: Elizabeth O’Connell studied art at Boston’s former Garland Junior College, and watercolor painting with Natalie Phanstiehl and Richard Grosvenor. She exhibits her work at local shops and at the cooperative store Made in Warren, Warren, R.I.

Date: 5 Fridays, April 28, May 5, 12, 19, 26

Time: 11-2

Tuition: $150/$140 members

Portsmouth Arts Guild, 2679 East Main Road, Portsmouth, RI. Contact Suzanne Lewis, Registrar at 401-254-1668, (workshops@Portsmoutharts.org).

The P.A.G. Gallery is open Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 1 pm to 5 pm. Visit the website at http://www.portsmouthartsguild.org

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