Loose and Atmospheric Watercolors

Education // Loose and Atmospheric Watercolors

Nov 10 - Nov 12

Overview // Bring your painting skill to a higher level! Learn how to paint luminous watercolors by manipulating tonal values, color and edge. In this class, Frank Eber will share advanced painting techniques to create atmosphere, balance, and unity in your work. Topics will include design and composition, color and lighting, positives and negatives, simplification of shape, and atmospheric effects. The techniques you will learn in Frank’s workshop transcend the watercolor medium, as they are applicable to oils, acrylics, tempera, pastels, and more.

Separate yourself from the watercolor crowd and experience firsthand why his courses are so popular!

All levels are welcome but students should have an understanding of the watercolor medium. He stresses a solid foundation in the basics, “…so that our focus is on creating timeless art. An emotional link is necessary in our work, as well as the connection to the vibrancy of everything we paint.”

About the Instructor
A painter's painter, Frank Eber works in a direct, loose style influenced by the Old World masters. Typical in his art are color mixes and light that evoke nostalgia while remaining absolutely in the present. Frank's watercolor workshops reach beyond technique, encouraging individual expression and observing the elusive balance of forces that create beauty in painting.

Frank Eber has acted as Juror for many top-notch exhibitions, including the Central Coast Watercolor Society's Aquarius 2016 exhibition in SLOMA's Gray Wing. His work has been selected for numerous watercolor publications including International Artist Magazine and Plein Air Magazine and he teaches watercolor workshops nationally and internationally.

Details // November 10–12, 2017. 9AM – 4PM
Registration: $345 members / $375 non-members. Please register by Friday, November 3. Materials list online.

Class is full. Please call SLOMA at 543.8562 to be placed on the Wait List.

In consideration of our instructors, please review our cancelation policy: A $100 non-refundable deposit is required at the time of enrollment. The balance is required 30 days prior to the workshop date to ensure your space, after which there are NO REFUNDS. If a class is cancelled by the Museum of Art, the entire enrollment fee will be refunded. Class fees cannot be transferred.