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    Give life to your landscapes.
    Figures accent a painting unlike
    anything else. Don will teach you
    how to capture man’s relationship
    or contrast to nature and the
    environment. He will show you
    how to paint believable figures
    with lessons on figure
    construction and the variety of
    ways to use the human form as
    an accent, point of interest or
    dominant character. Don is a
    signature member of the AWS. He
    is the author of Interpreting the
    Landscape in Watercolor,
    Interpreting the Figure in
    Watercolor, and Rough Sketches,
    Short Stories of a Traveling
Don Andrews

Landscape Color and Composition
Watercolor - Zoom

July 17 - 20, 2021
9 AM - 4 PM Pacific Time
Cost $625

All Levels Welcome

    Biography:  Don Andrews is a nationally known watercolor artist and workshop instructor. He is a graduate of
    Ringling School of Art in Sarasota, Florida and a resident of Fairhope, Alabama. Don is an active member and past
    board director of the American Watercolor Society. His paintings have received numerous awards in national
    watercolor competitions, including three awards from the American Watercolor Society. He has conducted painting
    workshops throughout the United States, Canada, Mexico and Europe for over 30 years.

    Don is the author of the books, “Interpreting the Landscape in Watercolor”, “Interpreting the Figure in Watercolor”,
    and “Rough Sketches, Short Stories of a Traveling Artist”, as well as twelve DVDs on watercolor painting. He is
    featured in the Watson Guptill publication “Everything You Ever Wanted to Know about Watercolor” and has had
    numerous feature articles published in American Artist Watercolor magazine.

Class Outline

    Don’s new Zoom Landscape Color and Composition Workshop offers students a fun, no stress learning experience
    in the comfort of their own home studio.

    Each morning and afternoon session, Don will address a major painting concept; light, color harmony, granulation,
    organizing nature and utilizing negative space, followed by a landscape painting demonstration to illustrate the

    Don’s class isn’t geared to any specific level of achievement; rather artists at all levels will benefit from a more
    personal understanding of the painting possibilities available in the exciting world of landscape painting.  This
    workshop will be packed with demonstrations, discussions, and individual help with personal and group critiques.