Learn New Watercolor Techniques with Evelyn Dunphy & French Escapade
Still Life with Parrot Tulips November 9, 10, and 12th 12:00 noon EST - 3:00 pm EST Contact: email@example.com
A different subject each month. Virtual online workshops that will enhance your watercolor skills, and challenge you to look at photographic references in a new way, improve your compositional skills and give you experience using different surfaces for watercolor paintings. Evelyn provides so much personal attention, both in class and afterwards. Learn to put down mixtures of different colors and let them mix on the paper, creating surfaces that read as a particular value at fifty paces, and show a variety of color, temperature, and value when you see them up close. Mix rich, luminous darks that bring drama to your paintings.
A recent review of Evelyn's workshop: Evelyn, you are an extraordinary teacher — gifted with an ability to provide clear instruction, generous with your time and praise, clearly passionate about sharing your hard-earned expertise, and, even better, driven to ensure your students succeed. I'm also a teacher who works with adult learners and I know finding a teacher like you is akin to discovering gold. Thank you for sharing so patiently with us. Sharon M.
Evelyn Dunphy’s work has been exhibited in juried exhibitions throughout the United States, Canada and the UK, including the 2020 North American Biennial New England Watercolor Society, the Royal Watercolour Society’s Contemporary Art Exhibit, London, UK, American Watercolor Society, Salmagundi Club , New York, National Arts Club, New York, Adirondack Exhibition of American Watercolors, “Portraits, Interior And Exterior” , Arts Club of Washington, DC and toured with the International Guild of Realism’s Masterworks Museum Tour. Two of Dunphy’s paintings were included among artists from 83 countries in the “World Watercolour Competition” sponsored by The Art of Watercolour magazine published in France. Her work was a finalist in the 2014 and 2015 Artist’s Magazine annual competition out of 6800 entries and is included in “2015, 2016 and 2017 “SPLASH” publication. Dunphy is a Signature Member of the New England Watercolor Society, member of the International Guild of Realism, and American Society of Marine Artists.