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Want to Get It Right? Watercolor Class with Dale Popovich at LOLA
November 23, 2020 @ 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
CREATE POWERFUL SNOW SCENES.
The instructor, Dale Popovich, will share his 40+ years of professional teaching, knowledge and techniques. Dale will cover how-to paint snow scenes exploring color temperature, intensity and value. Students will learn how to build a painting from start to finish while gaining a deeper understanding of the techniques, properties and tools of transparent watercolor with a focusing on large patterns of light and dark.
About the Artist – Dale L Popovich, IWS, is a watercolorist and teacher who is passionate about capturing the raw beauty of the American landscape with the fluid stroke of a brush. Spending his childhood summers in the Northwoods of Wisconsin, Dale learned to love its colors, textures, denizens, and moods – developed his holistic approach to watercolor. Today, his paintings celebrate these American landscapes and man’s humble efforts to tame it. Trained at The American Academy of Art in Chicago by Director and President, Irving Shapiro, AWS, Dale was deeply inspired by this great American twentieth-century watercolorist. Dale later taught for 22 years at The American Academy of Art. He currently teaches at the Palette & Chisel Academy of Fine Arts in Chicago.
Supplies Needed (see attached list) If you are new to watercolor painting, the supplies will cost approximately $200. If you have painted before, you may have many of the supplies needed for this class. Please check the supply list to see if you need to order any supplies before class. Check out Cheap Joe’s Art Stuff or Jerry’s Artarama for reasonable prices.
Monday, November 23
10:00 – 4:00 $75.00
Adults/Beginners & Intermediate
Need to bring own supplies
Deadline for registration: Nov. 16