Drybrush Watercolor with Eric Dull

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Drybrush Watercolor with Eric Dull
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The essence of Drybrush is the use of the smallest amount of water possible in the painting process. Often using a small brush it is dipped into the paint color, the hairs of the brush splayed out and the most of the moisture then squeezed out. Only a small amount of paint is left. This process is then used to create beautiful depth, texture and structure. Capturing vibrant color and detail through layer upon layer of transparent glazes and interwoven opaque strokes.

Saturday August 20 from 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Workshop fee is $100.00

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