April 7, 8 and 9 (9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. daily)
Join us for a few days in the country, away from the daily stress. Relax and experience the joy of watercolor painting. Expand your creative abilities and allow your inner artistic self to expand with this exciting workshop. Push your color sense, challenge your design and composition skills and allow yourself to expand and explore. The key is to SIMPLIFY; to allow yourself to say what you want easily and with inner creative expression. You will leave the workshop renewed, refreshed and energized. Each day will begin with a short lecture followed by a demonstration. Emphasis is on individual attention.
Ed (www.watercolorexcitement.com) is a Wisconsin native who began his art career over 35 years ago. He works in several media, but his main focus is watercolor and watercolor/ink. He has studied at the Kansas City Art Institute, the University of Wisconsin, and graduated from Marquette University. Ed’s paintings can be found in the Watergate Gallery in Washington, D.C., Atelier Galerie Letoliacha in Monet’s Village of Giverny, France, and his personal gallery, Morning Mist Studio at Windmill Farm in Bailey’s Harbor, Wis., among others.
Let your creative spirit flow, and let us take care of the rest.
Overnighters: Includes 3 day workshop with Ed Fenendael, two nights lodging and all meals.
Commuters: Includes 3 day workshop with Ed Fenendael and daily lunch.
*Supply list will be given at time of registration.