This is a unique experience to learn how to paint botanicals in watercolor. This five week workshop will begin with a one day intensive followed by four additional instructional days resulting in a gorgeous botanical journal.
Learn how to capture the elegant, expressive nature of flowers and plants in this watercolor demonstration and workshop with Anne Kullaf. Ms. Kullaf will demonstrate concepts such as drawing with a brush, working with a limited palette and using expressive strokes to create a painting that is filled with life and energy.
The demonstration will be followed by the first short workshop where students will have an opportunity to try the techniques demonstrated with guidance and individual instruction from the artist. 11 am - 12:30 pm - Introduction and demonstration followed by Q&A 12:30 pm - 1 pm - students break for lunch, 1 pm - 3 pm - workshop, students will work from still life used in the demo.
About Anne Kullaf: Anne Kullaf is a contemporary painter working in a variety of media. Her paintings utilize the principles of drawing from direct observation combined with efficient brushwork and a limited palette. She currently organizes and conducts workshops in plein air painting in the US and abroad in France, Italy and Canada. She has taught drawing and painting for over 10 years at The Visual Arts Center of New Jersey, The Hunterdon Museum of Art, and The Center for Contemporary Art. Additionally, she has been invited to lecture and demonstrate at the Princeton University Art Museum, Edward Hopper House, and Bryant Park, NYC as painter-in-residence.