2-Day Virtual Workshop with Keiko Tanabe
Watercolor: Keep it Simple and Strong


Friday, May 21 and Saturday, May 22, 2021
9am-3pm Demonstration and Instruction
3pm-4pm Interactive Q&A session with critique of each student’s work


$180 for Members
$210 for Non-Members


Open to current members of NorthStar members until April 15

Cost for NorthStar members – $180 (non members $210 if space is still available) Class size limited to 20 so that each student can receive individual attention. We expect this workshop to fill quickly. Sign up now online to reserve your place! Click on this link to register and pay:


RECOMMENDED EXPERIENCE: All levels (basic knowledge & some previous experience strongly recommended to benefit from this workshop)

Keiko Tanabe is an an internationally known award winning artist. Her atmospheric watercolors perfectly capture a sense of time and place

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. Through her use of color, textures, and signature brushwork, Keiko’s landscapes and cityscapes beautifully convey both the exotic and the simple scenes of the many places she travels.

This workshop is designed for those who would like to gain a better understanding of methods and techniques to make a watercolor painting simple yet strong.  The goal is to capture the essence of the subject that conveys a certain mood and atmosphere.  The process of simplification begins with visualization.  In representational art, this ability to see the end result of a painting through the mind’s eye is instrumental in realizing an artist’s vision.

Through sketches and step-by-step demonstrations, Keiko will show you how to take the initial inspiration through the simplification process to an expressive painting that is strong in composition and content. There will be an active question-and-answer session and critique on a daily basis.

Subject matter includes landscape and cityscape which will be demonstrated in a manner that is more representational and impressionistic rather than abstract.  Topics include a preliminary drawing and composition, a variety of techniques in paint application and brush handling, what makes a good design (color, shape, value, edge), dark and light, planning and intuition, how to edit complex visual information.

Materials list and reference photos will be sent prior to the workshop.

To learn more about Keiko Tanabe, visit her website www.ktanabefineart.com