Category Archives: Workshops/Teaching

Art of Watercolour- watercolor batik article

I am honored to be featured in the current issue of Art of Watercolour Magazine. My work is featured in a four page article on the watercolor batik method of painting. Watercolor batiks are created using a combination of Japanese rice paper, watercolor, and wax to emulate the batik method traditionally created on fabric. To read more purchase online, or… (more…)

Watercolor Artist Magazine- my article featured in Watercolor Essentials column

I am honored to announce next month’s Watercolor Artist Magazine will include a 5 page article I wrote about the many different ways to mix 2 colors and the different results achieved. Above is a preview of the first page of the article (non-corrected). Thanks to Anne Hevener and Beth Williams at F+W Media for letting me contribute to this… (more…)

Watercolor Workshops- Plein Air Painting & Photographing Artwork

June was an insane month- I hung my work at three solo exhibitions (Clayton Arts Center, Chef’s Palette Restaurant in Cary, NC, and Arts of the Albemarle Museum in Elizabeth City).   In addition, I taught two evening classes through Wake County Adult Education (Color Theory with Watercolor & Watercolor Loose and Fast). I also conducted two workshops- a Plein Air… (more…)

Two day watercolor workshop with the Community Arts Association in New Jersey

Last week I had the pleasure of teaching two separate one-day workshops on watercolor batik and watercolor pouring in Allendale, New Jersey for the Community Arts Association. We fit a lot into three days- one demonstration, two separate one-day workshops on watercolor batik and watercolor pouring, and I had the honor of judging the members’ art show. (Working on the… (more…)

Interview with Creative Catalyst Productions online blog

Recently, I had the honor of being interviewed for an online article by the folks at Creative Catalyst Productions. I talk a little about my inspiration, my resource photographs, and most importantly- why I enjoy working with multiple techniques.  I hope it sheds some light on why I am constantly experimenting and trying to grow as an artist.  Take a… (more…)