This is a beautiful sequence of classes that moves from focus on watercolor through to fluid acrylic and mixed media-wet-into-wet painting on paper as well as raw and primed canvas. Beginning and continuing students welcome.
Bring a playful spirit as we explore the nature of wet-into-wet painting in the mediums of watercolor and fluid acrylic. Learn to mix your colors directly on the paper and enhance atmospheric and textual effects. Class includes practice with degrees of wetness, brushwork, color saturation, rhythmic composition, visual interest, and intuitive choices. All levels of skill and painting styles are welcome. Visual improvisation and the cultivation of the individual artist’s voice are encouraged. Enjoy the creation of beautiful passages in your paintings and the poetic nature of this non-traditional painting style.
Carol Duchamp earned her MA in Sociology at the University of Strasbourg in France. She attended the MA program in Arts & Consciousness at JFKU in Berkeley and has taught water media painting classes for UCSC Extension, Art Trek, College of Marin Community Education and at her studio in Bolinas for over fifteen years. She is an exhibiting artist with solo Bay Area shows at IONS in 2012 & Commonweal Gallery in 2013. Her work can best be accessed at: http://www.blurb.com/books/7939639-poetics-of-the-invisible
Fee: Members $110; Non-members $125
Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
781 Hamilton Parkway (building behind Beso Café)
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Cancellation Policy: Fees are due at time of registration. You may cancel up to one (1) week prior to start of class/workshop and the fee, less $25 for processing, will be refunded to you. Should MarinMOCA cancel a class/workshop, you will receive a full refund.
Should you cancel less than one (1) week prior to a class or workshop begins, you will not receive a refund of any portion of your registration fee. There are no refunds for individual classes that are missed within a monthly series.