Basic Beginner Watercolor Workshop

  • 10/26/2021
    10:00 am - 3:30 pm

Basic Beginner Watercolor Workshop

October 26 – 27, 2021     

10:00 AM – 3:30 PM     



No experience necessary 

All supplies will be provided. 

Deadline for registration: October 19, 2021 



Journey into the world of watercolor 

Join instructor Lisa Krueger as she shares what she knows about this mysterious medium. The two days will be filled with information but also plenty of painting time. Paper, pigment, brushes, controlling the water, retaining the white of the paper, how to get whites back once they are lost, glazing, allowing the paint to mix on the paper, applying salt, bruising the paper, spattering, how to avoid muddy color, design elements and more will be covered. You will be painting the brilliant colors of fall sumac and also leaves and berries. Two separate paintings using two different processes.  All supplies will be provided!


About Artist – Lisa Krueger lives in Tomahawk, Wisconsin, where she is inspired by the beauty of the Northwoods.  She works in a variety of mediums, such as; watercolor, pastel, acrylics, mixed media, and alcohol ink.  Lisa also enjoys sharing with others by teaching and helping her students grow creatively, and to enjoy their artistic process.  Her art can be found in area galleries, and the public can view her work at her creative space – Oak View Studio, as a part of the Northwoods Art Tour.

Students Suggestions – 

Wear smock, apron or other appropriate clothing

Pack a bag lunch

Click here for a printable supply list (if you want to bring your own)

Masks will be required for this class, regardless of vaccination status.


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4 thoughts on “Basic Beginner Watercolor Workshop”

  1. Does the instructor have the COVID shot?

    For those who don’t have the shot, are they required or is it recommended to wear a mask?

    1. Jennifer Anderson

      Hi – yes, the instructor is vaccinated. And yes, we recommend that unvaccinated people wear a mask. We are not checking/requiring vaccination cards.

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