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KEN HOSMER WATERCOLOR WORKSHOP – January 22 – 25, 2013

Iris - by Ken Hosmer

 

KEN HOSMER WATERCOLOR WORKSHOP
Jan. 22-25 2013
9am - 4pm T - F
sponsored by the
North Valley Art League
48 Quartz Hill Road
Redding, CA 96003

Price is $300 for members, $350 for non-members.

Just a few spots are remaining in the workshop with this well-known artist and instructor.

Contact Sandi Howell 242-1703 or sandrahowell@charter.net to sign up for the workshop.

Ken is also the juror for the annual NVAL National Show, held Jan.-Feb. 2013.

From his web site: http://www.kenhosmer.com/

Ken Hosmer is passionate about his painting and teaching!

He has taught art workshops for over 25 years and is highly respected for his calm, supportive manner and unique use of color.
Ken has been a guest workshop instructor for over 90 art organizations across the United States and in exotic locations such as Italy, Greece and Mexico.

The Artist's Magazine and Watercolor Magic have published a number of his articles including, "Four Steps to Creative Color," and "How to Paint Backward." His painting, "Spring Calves," and accompanying article were included in Splash 4: The Splendor of Light, published by North Light Books. His art instruction videos include More Dynamic Color, Secrets of Flower Painting, and Hosmer's Famous Ink Sketch.

Originally from West Texas and New Mexico, Ken moved to Nebraska in 1997. He is a signature member of the Southwestern Watercolor Society.

Ken Hosmer offers the best color system ever. He presents unique color ideas each day and encourages you to develop your personal color style. Painting demonstrations stress free, spontaneous painting and creative interpretation. A variety of subjects are usually presented, including landscape, human figures, flowers, and animals.

Ken has a special gift for clearly explaining his artistic method as he paints. As a devoted teacher, he organizes ideas into simple terms and offers plenty of personal help and encouragement, making the class ideal for beginning and advanced students. A typical day might include demonstration and lecture in the morning with class work time and individual help in the afternoon. The workshop ends with an uplifting and informative critique session.

These workshops are for anyone wishing to paint with dramatically enriched COLOR. Paint, have fun, and learn more than you ever imagined possible!

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