Join long-time workshop instructor, Catherine Gill as she shares her strategies for interpreting the landscape in new ways, giving you the tools you need to create landscapes with impact, before you even pick up a brush! Catherine, along with writer, Beth Means, will pull lessons from their North Light book, Powerful Watercolor Landscapes, to help you:
- break down a landscape into manageable parts
- design a strong painting with shapes and values
- make color the heart & soul of your painting
- mix a wide range of greens
- and more!
These strategies can be applied to working on location and from photos–helping make your paintings powerful, both in design and color.
About Catherine Gill: Catherine has been looking at landscapes and coming up with paintings in the woods in watercolor, mixed media and oil for many years. She teaches workshops in painting and printmaking throughout the US and abroad. Her artwork has been featured in The Artist’s Magazine and Watercolor Artist and has been exhibited throughout the world. Catherine is co founder of Art Partners International, an organization dedicated to creating networks of artists working together throughout the world. Catherine conducts adult and youth community projects in the Seattle area. Visit catherinegill.com.
About Beth Means: Beth is a writer and illustrator. She teaches computer and art in her studio in the Seattle, WA area, and she paints in a variety of media. Visit bethmeans.com.