Skip Lawrence

November 3-9 2002 and November 10-16 2002




Designing for a Purpose Nov 3-9

The elements of design are the language of painting. Without a purpose, designing is about designing. Thoughtfulness coupled with the knowledge of the language of painting will personalize your work. Slide programs, lectures, demonstrations, and critiques will be used to help make your work more personal and creative.

Finding Your Voice in Paint - Nov. 10-16

  This class is about looking at options and making choices. Through slide programs, painting demonstrations, lectures, and critiques, students will choose that part of the painting language that is most suited to their expressive intentions.

William B. (Skip) Lawrence received a B.F.A. degree from the Maryland Institute College of Art and M.A. degree from Towson university. 
Skip has conducted hundreds of workshops throughout the U.S. and abroad and continues to find teaching a rewarding and stimulating activity reinforcing and adding to his enthusiasm for painting. He is an articulate teacher who brings warmth and humor to his classes, sharing personal experience and professional insight. supply list

Watercolor by W.B. (Skip) Lawrence
Suggested Reading

Painting Light and Shadow in Watercolor, by "Skip" Lawrence
 published by North Light in 1994

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