Watercolor in the Georgia Piedmont | Plein Air & Classroom Workshop | with Peter Potter and Bambi Rogers | April 13th
Lamar County Courthouse ©Peter Potter
In conjunction with Watercolor in the Georgia Piedmont, an exhibition of watercolor paintings by Bambi Rogers and Peter Potter at South x Southeast PhotoGallery March 15 – April 30, we are proud to offer a one-day watercolor workshop. This all-day workshop is a basic introduction to the fundamentals of fine art design as it relates to painters and photographers. Emphasis will be placed on the education of watercolor techniques, composition, design, color, and values for the beginner, intermediate, and experienced painter and photographer.
Swim Upstream ©Bambi Rogers
OBJECTIVE: As a result of completing this workshop you will be able to:
* Identify and work with watercolor and design materials
* Identify primary colors
* Mix secondary colors from the primaries.
* Use a variety of watercolor techniques in your painting including wet in wet, soften edges, and dry brush.
* Understand and apply Aerial Perspective using color and texture
* Sketch & Design a good composition for a landscape painting or photograph
* Paint a simple landscape from your design
Foggy Morning ©Bambi Rogers
Join us for this workshop on Saturday, April 13, 9-4, at the SxSE PhotoGallery, Molena, Georgia.
The workshop begins at 9 am with 3 hours of classroom instruction.
Lunch will be catered to the gallery around noon.
Followed by 3 hours of plain air painting and hands-on instruction among the ruins and ponds of McCrary Minnow Farm.
At 4 o’clock we’ll return to the gallery for wine, cheese, and last-minute questions.
Cloudscape over City ©Peter Potter
The fee is $350 and includes…
coffee and tea throughout the day, Lunch, Wine and Cheese at the end of the day
Classroom, and plein air hands-on instruction
All materials …
* One 9” x 12 plastic backboard to support watercolor paper
* Five 8”x 11” sheets Arches Watercolor paper
* Two brushes, 1 flat, 1 round
* One pencil
* One small sketch journal
* Three 7mil tubes of watercolor paint, red, yellow, blue
* One plastic folding palette
* One clip on palette water cup
* One Field composition, color and value finder
* One, see through mini, clear plastic stadium backpack (11” x 15” x 5”)
Other miscellaneous items….pencils, paper towels, and stretch bands for sketch journal and painting will also be provided.
Just bring yourself, and a folding chair for the plain air outdoor portion of the day. We also suggest wearing comfortable clothing.
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Purple Vech ©Peter Potter
MEET OUR INSTRUCTORS:
Watercolor Artist Bambi Rogers devotes her love of painting to the Georgia Landscape. She is known for her soft impressionistic landscapes.
Bambi’s love of art began early in childhood and was influenced by artists in her family. She then followed the family tradition to Carnegie Mellow University and later to the Art Institute of Pittsburgh.
Having pained in all mediums, Bambi returns to watercolor as her first love. She remains fascinated by the challenges of watercolor’s unpredictable nature, and the amazing affects of the pigments in water.
Bambi is a member of the American Watercolor Society, the National Watercolor Society, and the Georgia Watercolor Society. Her participation in exhibitions and plain air events has won her several awards. She says painting with other artists fuels her creativity. She gives back by teaching watercolor workshops for beginners and experienced painters.
As a child growing up in a prominent Boston family, Peter enjoyed the company of artists, writers, musicians, actors and politicians. After his tour in the Marines, he taught art at Wiliam Carey University in Hattiesburg, Mississippi. His oil and watercolor paintings adorn the walls of many collectors through his affiliation with galleries along the Gulf Coast. He has won numerous awards and recognition through participation in exhibitions and plain air events.
Although he has painted portraits, signs, and murals his whole life, what Peter loves most is being outside painting the landscape.
And now, having painted all over the world, Peter now enjoys retirement in Concord, Georgia where he paints daily. He mentors other artists, teaches workshops and is active in his community.
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Hope to see you soon!