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First Friday Artwalk in Raleigh- January 6th, 2017

I hope everyone had a great time (survived) the holidays and New Year’s Eve. Friday, January 6th is Raleigh First Friday Gallery Walk.  Artspace will be open from 6-10pm.  Food, refreshments (including the kind that make you feel tingly) will be available upstairs, and as always- there will be lots of great art by 30+ artists on two levels.  … (more…)

How to photograph your artwork- YouTube videos

I have begun a series of videos describing the process of photographing your work for accurate reproduction.  Though there is a lot of technical knowledge, I am breaking the videos down into different subjects.  It makes for a shorter video and you can find what you are looking for easier with multiple videos as opposed to a long one. Hope… (more…)

Watercolor Workshop- September 18th. Mouth atomizing watercolor paintings

Mouth Atomizing Watercolor Workshop with Ryan Fox WSNC PWS September, 18th 1-8pm The mouth atomizer is a device that is used to spray watercolor paint, ink, or other liquids evenly over a surface. A traditional, non-aerosol way to apply paint, the mouth atomizer functions like an airbrush powered by your breath. The atomizing technique creates an atmospheric effect that is… (more…)

Watercolor Pouring Workshop in Cary, NC- January 31st, 2016 with Ryan Fox

Watercolor Pouring Workshop with Ryan Fox At Waverly Artist Studio in Cary, NC To register contact Ryan at: ryan@rfoxphoto.com   With an emphasis on design and planning, you will learn the technique of pouring diluted watercolor directly on paper.   Pouring creates a wide range of colors and creates amazing blending effects. Through instructor demonstration, you will learn about masking, wetting… (more…)

2014 Georgia Watercolor Society XXXV National Exhibition

My 1/2 sheet painting “Kathmandu Street” was accepted in the 2014 Georgia Watercolor Society National Exhibition. This painting is an example of “poured watercolor”.   I masked the whitest whites of the piece and  poured watered-down solutions of reds,yellows, and blues on top of the surface.  Tilting the paper allows the colors to blend and flow in certain areas.  A spray… (more…)