Watercolor Painting (Beginner/Intermediate) for adults
Sundays, July 14 and 21
1:00 – 4:00 pm
Carolyn Todd, instructor
Spend two Sunday afternoons expanding your skills with watercolor paints. Explore brush techniques, color studies, the power of white, and more. If the weather is good during the second class, we’ll take our easels outside for inspiration. A materials list is available on FAM’s website or by calling the Museum at 978-345-4207. Questions about this class can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org $75 Members, $95 Non-members
DEADLINE FOR REGISTRATION: Wednesday, July 11
About the Instructor: Carolyn Todd has a BFA and MA in Fine Arts and Art Education. Her extensive experience teaching includes middle school, high school, college, and adult students. She specializes in drawing, all types of painting, color theory, and art history. The National Park Service selected her to be an Artist-in-Residence at the Amistad National Recreation Area. Her paintings, drawings, and illustrations are in private collections in the United States and South America.