The Homestead – Watercolor Painting Workshop with Edee Joppich – October 4 – 7, 2010
Monday through Thursday, October 4-7, 2010
Students will create a series of 3 to 9 small paintings on a specific subject. These works will be mounted on a full sheet of watercolor paper with related wash painted on it. The subject could be a barn. Each small painting is a view or detail of it. These are arranged on a large paper prepared with a wash of barn texture. Other suggestions are trees (leaves, twigs, blossoms, etc.) birds, animals, fish, people, etc.Edee encourages originality and will demonstrate many of her traditional as well as innovative ways of creating beautiful effects with watercolor. In-depth critiques along with color and design instruction make an Edee Joppich workshop an invaluable opportunity for serious painters at every level of experience.
Edee Joppich graduated from Marygrove College with graduate studies from Wayne State University. Her inspirational classes are widely sought after. Edee’s work is in corporate and private collections. She is a signature member of the International Society of Experimental Artists. www.edeejoppich.com.
Tuition: $325/members/$350 non-members for the four days (9am to 3pm). Accommodations not included in tuition. Special accommodation prices are available at The Homestead.
For workshop registration e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call 231.334.6112.
For accommodations at The Homestead call 231.334.5100.