“Watercolor Painting” with Dan Finnell, in Overland Park
The improvisation within any watercolor painting commands respect for the medium and its ever changing characteristics, that when successfully executed leave behind a visible emotion on the paper. Those improvisations can seem hard, scary, and daunting at times and they can even have you questioning whether or not you should even paint! After all we are our own worst critics.
Come join me for a 4 week light hearted class any level of experience accepted, where we’ll discuss and try out a lot of techniques and we’ll work to demystify how hard watercolor is perceived to be, and discuss why Art matters. In the end I hope to be able to show you how to become a problem solver and thus create the dots to let the viewers connect them.
Thursdays, October 27, November 3, 10, 17th. 2:00pm – 4:00pm
About The Instructor:
As a retired architect-turned-watercolor artist, following a move to the midwest back in 2017, Dan Finnell carries a rapidly-expanding portfoio of varied talents and accomplishments. The improvisation in each painting commands a respect for the watercolor medium and its ever-changing characteristics that (when successful) leave behind a visible emtotion on the paper.
*We have plenty of room for you to spread out, and our open classroom is a mask-friendly space.
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