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“Bold and Brilliant Watercolors of Floral & Nature”

Four Day Workshop: Tues.-Fri., Oct. 16-19 2018, 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. (Limit 16)

New Brighton Community Center, 400 10th Street , New Brighton,  MN  55112

Workshop fee $475 for members,
$525 for non-members

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Learn new and free ways to express yourself through watercolor with internationally recognized artist Carol Carter. Carol will demonstrate her watercolor technique of wet and loose watercolor through lecture, demonstration, and individual instruction. Each day will begin with a detailed demonstration using an original work as a starting point. Use of color, control of water, compositional considerations and value Carol Carter _ostructure will all be covered. The brilliance of color and the purity of paint application will be emphasized. Afternoons will be devoted to individual instruction as well as group critique. Classes are informal and the discussion is lively and entertaining. The workshop will also include tips on marketing your art, resources for supplies, documenting artwork and developing personal imagery.

Carter lives in St. Louis, but regularly travels the world to teach and participate in workshops, sharing her skills and talents with other artists. She earned her MFA from Washington University and later Carol Carter pondreceived an MAA-NEA Fellowship in Painting and Works on Paper. Carter grew up in Florida, which gave her a strong visual impression of natural elements, particularly water. She has continued to create work based on the duality of nature and human’s place in the environment. Carol was voted Best St. Louis Artist by The RiverfrontTimes in 2000.

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4-Day Workshop: “Painting Figures From Photos”

Mon.-Thur., April 16-19 2018, 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. (Limit 16)

Lexington Park Facility, 2131 Lexington Ave. N., Roseville 55113

Workshop fee $550 for members,
$600 for non-members

Download the 2018 Nuttall Workshop Registration Form (pdf)

Ted Nuttall every sunday morningHer Eyes, Like WindowsThis workshop is designed to give students the tools, inspiration and confidence to enjoy painting people. Working from photographs, students will learn how photos can be an effective and valuable tool to creating powerful and dramatic figurative paintings in watercolor. Ted will discuss the benefits of photographic reference as well as how to edit, interpret and compose from a photo in order to give life and vitality to the subject. His lectures, daily demonstrations and one-on-one instruction will help students find new enthusiasm for their work, regardless of their skill level.

Ted is a graduate of Colorado Institute of Art. He is a figurative artist whose painting expression was born out of his observation of people. Ted is a signature member of the American Watercolor Society, National Watercolor Society, Watercolor West, Western Federation of Watercolor Societies and enjoys Master Status with the Transparent Watercolor Society of America. His work has been featured in numerous national and international art publications. For additional information and to see his work, please visit Ted’s website at: .

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