Recent workshop Video Critiques
Here's the place where in the future you will see a collection of videos from my past workshops. Some are complete demonstrations and others are critiques. I hope you find them as learning tools.
I have several workshops a year in my personal studio and usually only invite five students per workshop. I like instructing an intimate group where I can spend plenty of time with each student.
A typical one-day workshop starts off with a classical approach to watercolor painting. It starts with carefully selected photo reference on my iPad and do a pencil sketch on 300 lb. Arches cold press watercolor paper. I then take my one-inch brush and immediately lay down bold color washes, explaining every stroke along the way adding stories about the location throughout the demo. Over the course of an hour and a half I'll turn a white sheet of paper into a finished watercolor study.
Once the demo is completed students break for a home cooked lunch and then I let everyone paint in the afternoon. They can select from my vast photo reference library or use their own pictures. I find it important to give guidance while the students paint. At the end of the day I critique the work, video record the critique and one lucky student will win the demo. Here are some of my video critiques from past workshops.
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