Janet Walsh   

November 17-23 2002

Painting Expressive Florals and Still Life

Janet's workshop offers an opportunity for beginners as well as advanced painters to grow as artists. Still life and floral setups are used as "tools" to enter into the creative process. Students are encouraged to create paintings that are based on their own sensory and intuitive responses. Individual help insures that each artist can accomplish what he or she wants and encourages the individuality of each person's artistic vision. during the course of the week, Janet gives lectures and demonstrations dealing with such elements as containers, fabrics, backgrounds, and finishing a painting. Other creative exercises, such as collage, are introduced to discover new ways to deal with problems.

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Janet Walsh, A.W.S., studied at the Art Students League and the School of Visual Art in New York. She serves as First vice President of the American Watercolor Society, and holds memberships in many other art organizations. Her paintings have won numerous awards in national exhibitions including the AWS Bronze Medal of Honor. Her work is found in Museum, private, and corporate collections, and it has been exhibited throughout the US, Europe and Japan. Janet is the author of Watercolor Made Easy, published by Watson-Guptill Publications, and has recently produced a series of videos entitled "Watercolor with Janet Walsh".

Recommended Reading

Watercolor Made Easy: Techniques for Simplifying the Painting Process
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