Saturdays, November 14 & 21
This two-day workshop is designed for beginning and intermediate watercolor students to explore the basics of watercolor painting and find inspiration in nature. Weather permitting, a portion of this class may take place outside. Dress for the weather and bring a bag lunch.
Instructor Jose Acevedo uses art to explore the natural world and finds inspiration in the birds, fish, and wildlife of the Midwest. His watercolor paintings use a combination of transparent watercolor paints and inks. Acevedo is also a self-taught woodcarver, and his detailed and hand-painted wood carvings of native birds, fish, and wildlife are featured at local businesses, including Schlitz Audubon and Boerner Botanical Gardens.
Fee does not include materials. A supply list will be sent to all participants after registration. A camera or smartphone is recommended but not required.
Attendance is limited in order to provide physical distancing. For the health and safety of all, attendees must wear a mask when inside our Visitor Center and/or within six feet of others. Please do not attend if you are sick or believe you have been exposed to the virus. See our latest COVID-19 updates.
Members: $40 | Non-members: $50