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    Technique is everything and
    Michael Reardon will help you
    explore many ways to strengthen
    your skills in landscape and
    cityscape watercolor painting. You
    will learn how to create a strong
    composition, use value to invoke a
    sense of light and manipulate color
    for a full expressive effect. Join us
    for this 4-day workshop and go
    home with an abundance of
    techniques to use the rest of your
    life. Michael is the Author of
    Painting Light and Color in
    Landscapes and Cityscapes, from
    North Light Books and has three
    instructional DVD’s..
 
Michael Reardon

Watercolor Techniques  
All Levels Welcome, some experience helpful
watercolor - studio

August 26 - 29, 2019
Bend, OR


$595

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    Class Outline

    In this 4-day workshop we will explore various techniques to strengthen your skills in watercolor landscape painting.
    Subjects covered will include: how to create a strong composition, the use of values to invoke a sense of light, and the
    manipulation of color for its full expressive effect. A demonstration will start each day, followed by individual painting
    and careful guidance. A review of the day’s work concludes each day.


    We will also explore ways to work with photo references so that they help, not dictate, your final painting.


    MICHAEL REARDON has been painting and teaching watercolor for many years. He is a signature member of the
    American Watercolor Society and the National Watercolor Society and a Master signature member of the California
    Watercolor Association.

    He is the author of Watercolor Techniques: Painting Light and Color in Landscapes and Cityscapes, from North Light
    Books and has three DVD’s that demonstrate his approach to painting landscapes, cityscapes, and waterscapes. He
    has been featured in several magazines, such as Watercolor Artist and L’Art de l’Aquarelle. His work has garnered
    many reviews and prizes, including the Ogden and Mary Pleissner Memorial Award from the American Watercolor
    Association and Best of Show in the Statewide Watercolor Exhibition at the Triton Museum in California. He was also
    the recipient of the Gabriel Prize from the Western European Architecture Foundation, which sent him to Paris for
    three months of painting. He works from his studio in Oakland, California.