March Watercolor Workshop – A Mauzy Day ~3 spaces open


Virtual Interactive Escapade Workshops

(V.I.E.W.)

with French Escapade and Evelyn Dunphy

“Paint Live from your home with Evelyn and fellow artists”

Painting Color and Light in Fog

March 17, 18, 19th

10am-1pm PST

1:00 pm- 4:00 pm EDT

2:00pm – 5:00 Atlantic ST

Three sessions 3 hours each

with follow up with Evelyn as wished

A Mauzy Day

3 spaces open in this workshop

For more information, please visit: https://frenchescapade.com/live-online-workshops-evelyn-fog



Evelyn Dunphy Studio

596 Fosters Point Road

West Bath, ME 04530

www.evelyndunphy.com

“See Those Who Fan Your Flame”…rumi

Brushstrokes of Nova Scotia 8th Online Art Show and Sale

Please join us for our 8th Online Art Show and Sale on Facebook from Thursday, March 11 to Sunday, March 14 to see a selection of artwork by Adriane Jacquard Art, Chocolate Lake Studio, Green Monster Brushstrokes, On The Flip Side Artworks and Furnishings by Liz Cole, RRoth Art along with our guest artists A Different View by Erin Hodge and Bieren Artworks.


Please RSVP to the Facebook Event: Brushstrokes of Nova Scotia 8th Online Art Show and Sale at https://www.facebook.com/events/3974698155903147?active_tab=about.

Saturday, March 20 ~ ZOOM Watercolor Workshop with Ron Hazell CSPWC, SCA

 

REGISTRATION: Workshop fee is $35 Can, $28 US. For

more information and to register, contact Ron at

ron.hazell@ns.sympatico.ca

Ron is an elected member of The Canadian Society of

Painters in Water Colour (CSPWC) and the Society of

Canadian Artists (SCA). He is also the author of the North

Light Book “The Artist’s Guide to Painting Water in

Watercolor”. Check out Ron’s web site at

www.ronhazell.com

 

Society of Canadian Artists Call for Entry 2021 Open International Online Juried Exhibition

Call Information

Gallery: Online only

Exhibition Dates: March 15 to June 15, 2021

Submission Deadline: February 1, 2021

Results Notification by Email: February 25, 2021

Maximum number of entries: Up to 3 artworks per artist

Jury Fees: $40 CAD for SCA members, $50 CAD for non-SCA members. Jury fees are non-refundable.

https://societyofcanadianartists.com/call-for-entry-2021-open-international-online-exhibition/

PAINTING WHITE IN WATERCOLOUR An ONLINE watercolour demonstration with Brittney Tough, CSPWC

PAINTING WHITE IN WATERCOLOUR

An ONLINE watercolour demonstration with Brittney Tough, CSPWC
February 23, 2021, 6-8 pm EST

Register now at www.cspwc.ca/education: $25 ($20 for CSPWC members)


Do you struggle with making the white areas in your paintings appear white?

Join Brittney Tough as she shows you how to overcome the challenge of creating luminous whites. Though simply leaving unpainted areas in your paintings can add light to your work, so much more can be done with the white elements. Whether it’s florals, fabrics or any other subject, Brittney will show you there is more colour in whites than you think.


In this 2-hour demo Brittney will demonstrate her use of colour and glazing techniques to achieve radiant whites in watercolour paintings. Leave dull whites behind!

This demonstration will be offered by Zoom.

Register now at www.cspwc.ca/education: $25 ($20 for CSPWC members)

Questions about the demo? Email education@cspwc.ca

Virtual Interactive Escapade Workshops (V.I.E.W.) with French Escapade and Evelyn Dunphy


Virtual Interactive Escapade Workshops

(V.I.E.W.)

with French Escapade and Evelyn Dunphy

“Paint Live from your home with Evelyn and fellow artists”

Painting “Fog and Light”

March 17, 18 & 19th

10:00 am – 1:00 pm PST

1:00 pm – 4:00 pm EST

12:00 noon Atlantic Standard Time

Three sessions 3 hours each

with follow up with Evelyn as wished

$249.00

To sign up, just go to “Book A V.I.E.W”


Living in Maine, and growing up in Nova Scotia means I am very familiar with fog! I’ve always loved it, and the sound of a foghorn is haunting – sort of the same feeling that you get hearing a train whistle way off in the distance. So this painting that we will be doing is loaded with feeling.

There are all kinds of fog. Fog that is light and misty and rises from the meadow and fields and skips over the water’s edge. There is fog that we wake up to, where the visibility is almost obliterated but as the time passes, it burns off and a bright blue sky appears.

Then there is this kind of fog. We call it “pea soup” fog because it is just so thick. On this particular morning in Newfoundland, I walked down to the shore with my camera and stood for a while. There wasn’t much to see. Just a fallen down shack on stilts perched at the edge of the bay. An old dory in the grass. It was still quite dark, but there was so much going on quietly in this scene.

I am sure that it doesn’t look very promising! Perhaps you have faced this dilemma.

You want to paint a particular scene but your photos are not very good.

Let’s see what we can do with this one.

But I was very inspired by the thickness of the fog, the small changes in color, and most of all, the way in which this scene was so representative of Newfoundland. I also thought that the helter skelter pattern of those old planks would be good design elements. And of course, the light hitting the end of the dory was exciting!

This is the finished painting that we will be using a reference for our workshop.

Fog can be many colors; I did color studies using different mixtures of complements to see which I liked best.

I added the two fellows by the boat, imaging what their conversation might be. I knew it would be very important to let light shine through the fog, still maintaining what I loved about this scene.

At the end, I added gulls. Light ones against dark, and dark against light.


I hope you will join me! Just go to Book A View to register.

I’ll look forward to painting one of my favorite places with you. I always enjoy seeing your paintings after the workshop, and having a conversation with you if you have any questions. Your success is my goal. That’s what it’s all about!

Happy Painting!

Evelyn

Evelyn Dunphy Studio

596 Fosters Point Road

West Bath, ME 04530

www.evelyndunphy.com

artist@evelyndunphy.com

Last chance to sign up for either one or both online classes with Bill Rogers ~ starting Jan 28th

Watercolor Portraits and Figures, a Fresh Approach

Learn how to tackle the subject of the portrait in watercolor. Exercises in various topics including the features including the eyes, the head, head and shoulders, seated model. various skin colors, proper lighting of the subject and getting a good outline drawing and a good likeness. All new models.

Thursdays
9:30 – 10:45 am Eastern Time
Jan 28, Feb 4, 11, 18, 25 & Mar 4

https://chesapeakefineartstudio.com//event/bill-rogers-watercolor-portraits-and-figures-a-fresh-approach-5/2021-01-28/


Winter Landscapes and Other Subjects

Painting various winter landscapes with snow. How to paint various shades of white in snow, under a number of different lighting conditions. All the various steps to paint your own personalized greeting card in watercolor. All new subjects.

Thursdays
11 – 12:15 pm Eastern Time
Jan 28, Feb 4, 11, 18, 25 & Mar 4

https://chesapeakefineartstudio.com/weekly-classes/


William (Bill) Rogers AWS CSPWC TWSA SCA

https://www.williamrogersart.com/workshops