Category Archives: WAS-H Class Work

Yesterday at WAS-H We Made Holiday Cards

Impressionism Class Week 4: Beautiful Homework!

So proud of my class at Watercolor Art Society-Houston! Click on an image for entire slideshow:

Impressionism Class Paintings Week 3: Interiors

Great job trying your hand (and brush) at impressionism!  Bravo folks!

Bravo! Impressionism Class January Finale at WAS-H

I was so proud of the work this class did during the month of January!  This is a sampling from the final class (week 4):

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WAS-H Class Paintings: Impressionism Fast and Loose

The following paintings were timed landscapes, some including figures.  Pushing the envelope, out of our comfort range, learning & growing!

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Impressionism Class Looking at Van Gogh Watercolor Figures

Yesterday’s fast studies helped change the way we see the human form.

Impressionism Class Day 1 Landscape Masterpieces!

Yesterday at the Watercolor Art Society-Houston, artists were excited to realize they could produce such wonderful Impressionism! 

I wasn’t surprised at all–They worked energetically!  For slideshow of many paintings they produced, check below….

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Collaborative Cezanne

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A couple weeks ago our group traveled to the base of Mont Sainte-Victoire, stood in the footsteps of Cezanne and sketched.  The following day I tried something I’d never done with a class before– We painted these collaborative paintings (above), which turned out to be one of my favorite trip experiences.  The small house you see in the background of the photo, below, was where Matisse lived in St. Paul de Vence.

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My Botanical Class Graduation

Botanical Class April 2016This week at WAS-H we had great fun playing with elements from the garden!  Scroll down to see exquisite glimpses of nature depicted in transparent watercolor.  Below are results from Day 1.  Don’t you agree…they made beautiful paintings? To see up close, click on one, then scroll through.