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Watercolor Birch Trees Workshop
June 29 @ 3:00 pm - 5:30 pm$40
Saturday, June 29
3:00 -5:30 p.m. in Room 11
Advanced registration required; attendance is limited.
Only a few spots left! Give us a call during business hours at (916) 452-3005 x 208, or sign up in person at the Sierra 2 Center office. Registration closes Friday at 1pm.
Join us to create birch trees with local watercolor artist Tonja Wilcox! Birch trees are one of Tonja’s favorite subjects and it’s easy to see why! Learn to use masking tape and masking fluid to create beautiful treescapes with colors inspired by the changing season and fall leaves.
No drawing skills needed. Good for beginners and intermediate level painters.
Watercolor paint generally has a translucent quality, which is great for ethereal or emotive effects. Blending colors is fun, and you can also layer imagery so that what is underneath shows through. Watercolors are generally more affordable than some other paint mediums and are lightweight for easy transporting. This workshop will arm you with the tips & tricks to maximize your watercolor experience.
About the Instructor:
Tonja Wilcox has been a dedicated artist since 2010, although she’s been creating her whole life. She uses a variety of mediums including, graphite pencils, colored pencil, ink pens, markers, and acrylic paint but it is watercolor that speaks the loudest to her. It’s soothing and it suits her style.