10:00 am - 4:30 pm
Understand patterns in nature with award winning artist, dale popovich in this watercolor painting workshop.
Tuesday, November 26, 2019 10:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Instructor: Artist, Dale Popovich
Supply List Needed. (see below) Bring a bag lunch.
Deadline for payment/registration: November 19
Beginning to Advanced students will benefit from this course.
This workshop is a step by step instruction to a completed watercolor painting. We will examine the light and dark patterns of nature in order to build a successful painting. Painting is done without a drawing, creating light and dark passages of color and value at the start of the painting. From this point on you will hone in on smaller passages, to the final detail of the subject matter. Students will complete two watercolor painting in this workshop.
Dale L Popovich, IWS, is a watercolorist and teacher who is passionate about capturing the raw
beauty of the American landscape with the fluid stroke of a brush. Spending his childhood summers in the northwoods of Wisconsin, Dale learned to love its colors, textures, denizens, and moods – developed his holistic approach to watercolor. Today, his paintings celebrate these American landscapes and man’s humble efforts to tame it. Trained at The American Academy of Art in Chicago by Director and President, Irving Shapiro, AWS, Dale was deeply inspired by this great American twentieth-century watercolorist. Dale later taught for 22 years at The American Academy of Art.
Deadline for payment/registration is November 19, 2019
No refunds will be given for any classes after the deadline date.
Parking is available behind the LOLA Center for the Arts building at 4262 County Road B, downtown Land O’ Lakes, WI.
If area school districts close due to weather on the day of a LOLA class, LOLA classes will be canceled for the safety of our students and teachers. In such an event, LOLA will make all attempts to contact students and rescheduled classes for a later date. Please call the LOLA Office with any questions or concerns.