After three months of preparation my first on-line workshop came to fruition. The result was a one week class with the New Mexico Watercolor Society (NMWS) it included pre-recorded videos plus Zoom “attendance” from Florida to New Mexico. It took vigilant coordination between New Mexico Watercolor Society president, Barbara McGuire, 20 enthusiastic artists and myself to create a wonderfully successful workshop. The virtual New Mexico public demonstration the night before was a lot of fun also. There was plenty of interest from the audience and questions about my experimental techniques. As an artist I love sharing my artistic passion! As an instructor I am rewarded by inspiring and encouraging other artists. Here is the finished product called “Dawning”. You can see the beginning of this piece in last months blog. This painting will be offered for sale on my website soon.
Now I am migrating home to Michigan in a vintage 1984 Couchman motorhome. It will take us about three weeks! Definitely an adventure, but we get to stop and see gorgeous state parks along the way. Here I am at Falls Creek Falls, Tennessee. It’s an almost 300 feet drop and the tallest waterfall in the Eastern U.S. Kathleen