Paul Jackson, AWS, NWS: Let's Paint! Dramatic Light and Luminosity in the Landscape - 3-Day Workshop

  • 31 May 2024
  • 9:00 AM
  • 02 Jun 2024
  • 3:00 PM
  • Rhode Island Watercolor Society Classroom
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Paul Jackson: Let's Paint! Dramatic Light and Luminosity in the Landscape
3-Day Workshop
All Levels Welcome!

Instructor: Paul Jackson, AWS Dolphin fellow, NWS
Date and Time: Friday - Sunday, May 31st - June 2nd, 9am-3pm (Lunch break 11:30-12:30)

Location: RIWS Classroom

Description: Paint with Paul and he'll help you reach the next level of artistic confidence and ability as he guides you through a painting, illustrating the principles of design, color, value, composition and the mechanics of watercolor.

Through informal lectures, discussions, demonstrations and critiques you refine your personal painting style. Come prepared to be entertained, make new artist friends and find logical and creative answers to your watercolor problems.

Paul will demonstrate the versatility of watercolor paint. You will learn how to work in thin layers of washes to build up luminous colors. Paul will lead you step-by-step with demonstrations of the painting process. Emphasis will be on what makes a good painting, planning the entire picture area, the importance of thinking through the composition, good division of shapes, value planning, what to communicate about the subject, and how to correct mistakes.

If watercolor is your passion, then this highly energized painting workshop is for you! Paul's stress-free, positive approach toward the act of painting will inspire you to loosen up and have fun again. Expect an intense, concentrated and lively workshop where you will elevate your understanding of watercolor. Beginners are always welcome!

Paul is the author of Painting Spectacular Light Effects in Watercolor and The Wandering Watercolorist.

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    Paul Jackson Bio:

    Paul Jackson discovered his passion for watercolor at Mississippi State University in 1985. He received a Master of Fine Arts degree in Missouri in 1992, and has since been relentless in pursuit of his creative dreams, receiving top honors in national and international competitions, contributing his art to a vast library of magazines and books and sharing his creative influence to all corners of the earth.

    Paul was honored by the American Watercolor Society with signature membership at the age of 30, and more recently the Dolphin Fellowship - the highest honor in watercolor. Paul is also a Signature member of the National Watercolor Society and an Honor Member of the Missouri Watercolor Society.


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