The Keiko Tanabe Workshop is a Go!

Keiko Tanabe has confirmed that she is going forward with our fall workshop. “Painting Landscapes & Cityscapes in Watercolor” Monday, October 5th – Thursday, October 8th, 2020    Cost: $385 Members and $435 Non-Members Location: The Hearth Room behind Hawken House1155 S Rock Hill Rd, Webster Groves, MO 63119 The Hawken House Hearth Room hasContinue reading “The Keiko Tanabe Workshop is a Go!”

We Still Have Openings in the Linda Kemp and Robin St. Louis Workshops

Now is a good time to sign up for a Watercolor workshop to learn new techniques from award winning Watercolor Artists . There are openings in both the Linda Kemp August 13-16, 2018 workshop and in the Robin St. Louis October 19-21, 2018 workshop. Registration forms are available below by clicking the link under eachContinue reading “We Still Have Openings in the Linda Kemp and Robin St. Louis Workshops”

Janet Rogers Workshop – August 3 – 5, 2017

There are still openings in the Janet Rogers’ Workshop. WORKSHOP DESCRIPTION – 2017 “Watercolor Impressions – Flowers, Faces and Figures” (FOR ALL LEVELS) Fresh flowers in the studio will be the inspiration for the beginning of this dynamic workshop – progressing to faces and figures. Through a series of “fun” painting exercises, students will developContinue reading “Janet Rogers Workshop – August 3 – 5, 2017”

Saint Louis Watercolor Society’s 2017 Workshops Update!

We have some exciting news!  Alvaro Castagnet has agreed to give a 2-day workshop after his 4-day workshop at the Maria Center (with one day of rest between workshops).  The dates are April 8-9, 2017, with a cost of $200 for SLWS members and $235 for non-members.  If you are interested in registering for thisContinue reading “Saint Louis Watercolor Society’s 2017 Workshops Update!”

Watercolor Workshop With Carol Jessen

Watercolor Workshop With Carol Jessen May 20 and 21, 2016 321 S. Main,  St. Charles, Missouri This spring’s workshop will focus on taking your subject from a value sketch to the finished painting.   The value sketch is the best tool for planning your composition and deciding the placement of darks, lights, and midtones.   Knowing whereContinue reading “Watercolor Workshop With Carol Jessen”