Part 2: Must-Know Watercolor Techniques
Joe Cibere
Cost: $75.00

All Skill Levels
Meets daily 9:00 AM–1:00 PM

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Sat, May 25, 2024

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This workshop is Part 2 of a tribute to Nita Engle. Learn how to paint a field of wildflowers that paint themselves. This water resist technique can be used for many subjects. We'll also make our own stamps that are great tools for painting with watercolor and continue to learn new was to use the syringe bottle technique.

About Joe Cibere    
Joe Cibere is a signature member of the National Watercolor Society, and his painting style demonstrates his love of nature and wilderness. His "abstract realism" paintings integrate strong design and balance with a sense of illusion, and have appeared in "Watercolor Artist Magazine," "Artists Magazine," "Best of Acrylic," "Splash 23," and in the International Artists book "The Watercolor Sky and Cloud Techniques of 23 International Artists." His work is also part of both corporate and private collections. His studio is at Studio Channel Islands, Room R5 in Old Town Camarillo, California.

He's been working on more impressionistic landscapes lately, using non-traditional water media methods for creating what he calls "imaginaries," landscapes that don't really exist and are more conceptual in nature.

To know when he's done with a painting, he has three guides. Does it look good in black and white/greyscale? Does it look good flipped, reversed, and rotated? And is there enough left for the viewer to finish the painting? All goes back to knowing how to start and when to finish your vision.

Instructor website: www.joeciberewatercolors.com