Highly regarded watercolor painter, Russell Jewell, will present a painting workshop exploring self-criticism through art.
This one day workshop is an effort to give participants not only mental information but multiple, physical and visual problem-solving approaches that can be applied to any painting in any medium. Jewell will teach you how to see into the future of your painting before you paint it, thus, allowing you to see the target painting you desire and the confidence to go for it. Russell Jewell’s primary medium is watercolor but his techniques come from his doctorate in art education and his 30+ years of teaching his trial and error approach.
In just the past 5 years Jewell has won 15 national plein air awards in only 9 plein air competitions, two of which were Best of Show. In June 2018 Jewell won Best Quick Draw and Artist Choice Award in Parrsboro, Nova Scotia, Canada. In 2016 Jewell won the John Singer Sargent Award with the Transparent Watercolor Society of which, along with the National Watercolor Society, he is a signature member.
Jewell’s self-criticism workshop is geared towards independent personal development; it is open to all levels of artists. Participants will learn how to; better become their own best critic. Regardless of what level your art might be, you will see your own artwork in a different light - a light that will allow you to see further down your own path towards success.
To learn more about Russell Jewell you visit his website at https://www.russelljewell.com/
Tuition is $179 . Register by clicking the button below or call 404-376-7075.