Florida Keys Watercolor Society

Fellowship thru Watercolors since 1980

2019 WORKSHOP

ANDY EVANSEN

WATERCOLOR WORKSHOP

"PAINTING STRONGER WATERCOLORS"


CALL 609-231-7045

OR EMAIL info@fkwcs.com BEFORE SENDING PAYMENT.


JANUARY 23-JANUARY 25, 2019  

3 DAYS

DAILY 9AM-4PM (DOORS OPEN AT 8AM)

SAN PABLO CATHOLIC CHURCH

(MM 53.5)  IN MARATHON, FLORIDA

COST:

$300 MEMBERS* (DUE SEPTEMBER 30, 2018 WITH $40 DUES - TOTAL $340)

*TO JOIN AS A MEMBER YOU MUST BE A RESIDENT OF MONROE COUNTY FOR AT LEAST 2 MONTHS PER YEAR

$400 NON-MEMBERS



CHECK MUST BE MADE PAYABLE TO:

FLORIDA KEYS WATERCOLOR SOCIETY

MAIL TO:

IF MAILING MAY THRU OCTOBER, PLEASE SEND TO:

DOROTHEA MCFARLAND

P.O. BOX 244

LUDLOW, VT 05149


IF MAILING NOVEMBER THRU APRIL, PLEASE SEND TO:

DOROTHEA MCFARLAND

P.O. BOX 498

LONG KEY, FL 33001-0498



CANCELLATION POLICY:  ALL CANCELLATIONS MUST BE MADE IN WRITING. PRIOR TO 30 DAYS BEFORE THE START OF THE WORKSHOP, A $25 FEE WILL BE RETAINED. FOR CANCELLATIONS WITH LESS THAN 30 DAYS NOTICE, THE TUITION IS NON-REFUNDABLE, UNLESS THE SLOT CAN BE FILLED BY ANOTHER ARTIST. IF THE WORKSHOP IS CANCELED BY US, A FULL REFUND WILL BE GIVEN.


YOUR PAYMENT IS ACCEPTANCE OF OUR TERMS.




ALL IMAGES COPYRIGHT ANDY EVANSEN

For more information please visit the artist website:

www.evansenartstudio.com






















"I strive for an Impressionistic portrayal of the landscape in my watercolors. By concentrating on the large shapes and overall design, and leaving something to the imagination, the viewer is forced to interpret details. This makes them a participant in the painting, enhancing their enjoyment of it.

This method of painting demands a quick approach. The paint must be applied boldly and confidently to avoid an overworked, “muddy” look. In order to achieve this, a great deal of planning needs to go into the painting before the brush even hits the paper. Once I get the design I like and an accurate sketch, I’m free to let loose with the paint and let the unique, spontaneous qualities of watercolor take over.

The results are unpredictable at times, but when pigments start flowing into each other on the paper and Mother Nature takes over, the beauty of watercolors is most evident."

— Andy Evansen