Watercolor is a popular medium for professional artists and illustrators. Historically, the scale of watercolors has ranged from the miniature to the monumental, and the portability of watercolor has made it the favored medium for travelers.
Within this one-week course, students explore a number of techniques and styles created with both transparent and opaque watercolor, also known as gouache.
Supplies for this course will be provided.
Faculty: Characterized as stunningly contemporary, Kathryn Myers, MFA, Professor of Art for UConn's Art and Art History Department is an acclaimed watercolor artist, teaching for over three decades. Her early work in transparent watercolor were large-scale narratives and her recent work in transparent watercolor and gouache are intimately scaled cityscapes of India. View Professor Myers' work at KathrynMyers.org.