Discover the joys of watercolor painting in this introductory course. You will learn, through demonstrations, basic techniques—tools, color, composition, and paint application—and what materials you need as you work on developing your inner artistic talent.
Students will also receive individual attention as they create beautiful watercolor paintings from the photographs they bring.
Although this is a beginner’s class, intermediate students are welcome, if they wish to build on basic skills to develop a personal style and direction.
A list of basic supplies will be sent to students before the first session.
The size of this class is limited, please register early. Click here to register.
Member $120, Non-member $140
Wednesday, July 02
- Wednesday, October 08
Wednesday Walk-Around, a Guided Tour of Blithewold
Friday, August 01
- Friday, October 31
Sculpture Embraces Horticulture
Saturday, September 06
Mornings in the Vegetable Garden
Sunday, September 07
"Plantiful" Plant Walk
Thursday, September 11
- Thursday, October 16
Blithewold Fall Foliage Yoga Series - A Mid-Day Retreat
Tuesday, September 16
Slow Flowers Garden Tour: Robin Hollow Farm
(Aug 29, '14)
Change is in the air. Gail is always the first to point out how the light has shifted — it is well into its golden slide to the south now. So pretty. And although this week we have been hit with the most summer-like weather of the summer so far — intensely hot and sultry […]
So glad about summer bulbs
(Aug 22, '14)
If this had been a “normal” summer (is there any such thing?) by now we would probably be feeling beat by the heat. The gardens might have started to look sun scorched, faded, and dusty — IF we hadn’t planned ahead to prevent that from happening. We always plan — and then plant — for […]
(Aug 15, '14)
I’m so glad it’s Garden Bloggers Bloom Day today because I can’t think of a better way to celebrate my return to the gardens after a week’s vacation. And looking back in my archives here I’m amazed to see that I haven’t participated in an August Garden Bloggers Bloom Day since 2008. (Where have I […]