We had a great watercolor class at Gypsy Muse Studio, we finished up our Fall leaves and pods, that we had started at the last class. As usual, the ladies did spectacular. We used wet on wet, layers, and ink to finish them out. Great job, don’t you think! Next Watercolor classes, Sunday October 7th, email me at sharen@gypsymuse studio.com if you would like to join us.
Had a couple folks finish up their roosters, what a great job.
What fun we have been having in our watercolor classes the last couple of Sundays. These ladies can paint, no matter what they say. We have been spending a lot of time on flowers, they are just so beautiful in my front and side yard. Cone flowers, sunflowers, day lilies, zinnias oh my! We also created an eight pane window using complimentary colors, turning cone flowers into sunflowers. We didn’t quit finish, but what a great start.
What a great time we had on Sunday, painting those forever beautiful tomatoes. Everyone created their own study of four and I think they all turned out fantastic! We each added our own doodles to make them sparkle even more. Jane and Pam, I don’t know how, but somehow I missed getting photos of each of yours, hopefully I can catch them next time. Enjoy the photos, we will meet again this Sunday, April 29th.
Sunday’s watercolor class was all about the clematis in my side yard. Every year this time, they give a spectacular show! The ladies did such a great job, although everyone did not finish, it is easy to see they will be beautiful when they are complete. Up coming classes:
April 15 10:45 til 12:45
April 15 1:00 til 3:00
If you are interested in attending email me at email@example.com
The love of watercolors, or maybe it’s just taking time out to be creative, is growing. We are now having a watercolor class every Sunday afternoon. Sunday Watercolor One has from 8 to 10 beautiful ladies in it and we are beginning to fill the Sunday Watercolor Two class, with 6 showing up for the first class this past Sunday. What a creative group in both classes. We practiced with washes, flat, graded and variegated, then applied some of these techniques to produce a study of leaves in Sunday Watercolor One. In the Sunday Watercolor Two class, we used salt and variegated washes to produce the stained glass trees. If you are interested in joining one of the classes, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sorry Pam, I don’t know how, but I missed getting a photo of your work, will catch it next time.