UPCOMING AND ONGOING EVENTS: Spring 2021
 

POP-UP ONE DAY ART SHOW
Saturday, May 8th, 11am-5pm

633 Centre Street, Jamaica Plain

CLASSES:
Don't see the class you'd like to take scheduled here? Contact me - we can come up with something!

Watercolor Workshop - Loosen Up!

 

Painting using watercolors is an exciting and sometimes frustrating medium. This 3 part Zoom workshop - for beginners and experts alike - is designed to help loosen your approach to the medium, feel more capable with the paints, and find out how rewarding it can be. The first class will focus on working with water, learning how to mix colors, understanding paper. The second and third classes will work with lifting, washes, and building your own watercolor painting, using the strengths (and weaknesses) of the medium to your advantage. Students will work with a "wet-on-wet" approach throughout the workshop.

Provincetown Art Association and Museum (PAAM) 
Three 2 hour virtual sessions, Fridays, June 4th, 11th, & 18th, 1-3pm 

 


Watercolor Workshop - Continuing with Wet-on-Wet

This is a series of classes following the Wet-on-Wet workshop with the goal to help continue to loosen your approach to the medium, feel more capable with the paints, and find out how rewarding it can be. In each of the three classes we will go over a specific technique but the real focus will be on your own paintings. Like a studio class, each student will be able to work on their own pieces and we will go over them during each  session. We will continue to work wet.

It is helpful to have taken my Wet-on-Wet workshop before this course but it isn’t required.

Provincetown Art Association and Museum (PAAM) 

Three 2-hour sessions (virtual), Fridays, July 9th, 16th, 23rd.

NEW! Deep Dive - Painting Water 

 

Watercolors offer an exciting and unique way to connect with this molecule that makes up most of our planet. The workshop will be broken into three 2-hour sessions. In each session, we will have a short demonstration and then spend much of the rest of the class painting and looking at your pieces. My goal is to help you do your best work with the piece YOU want to paint. I will ask, before the workshop starts, for each participant to send me a photo of the water they want to paint. While I will start the session with a particular focus, most of the classes are spent discussing your work that you have sent in. 


It is helpful to have taken my Wet-on-Wet workshop before this course but it isn’t required.

Provincetown Art Association and Museum (PAAM) 

Three 2-hour sessions (virtual), Fridays, July 30th, August 6th, and 13th.

Marketing for Artists With Jennifer Okumura

'Marketing and Social Media as part of your creative Arsenal'
 

Next scheduled workshop: Thursday, May 6th, 1-3 pm.

The first hour will be about getting your “marketing house” in order with Lisa, and the second hour will be social media with Jennifer.

$75 RSVP president.nawama@gmail.com

Marketing and Social Media for Artists via Arlington Center for the Arts

Sunday, October 3 & October 17, 7-8:30pm

This workshop is for students who are trying to figure out how to get their work “out there” or to jumpstart previous work they’ve done. It’s a series of two classes where students learn to think “outside the box” and learn to embrace the marketing process. At the end of the series, artists should have a clearer focus on what they need to do to promote their own work specifically, and what they can (with no guilt!) leave behind.

Photo of Lisa Goren doing a watercolor demo