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South Haven Center for the Arts

Watercolor for the Fearful: Instructor David Baker

Watercolor for the Fearful Instructor David Baker 6-8:30p Tuesdays and Thursdays, Four sessions Tuesday, August 22, Thursday, August 24, Tuesday, August 29 and Thursday, August 31, 2023 Adult class: 16 and up Number of students: minimum 5, maximum 10 Members $100, non-member $110, supplies included

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Watercolor for the Fearful: Instructor David Baker
Watercolor for the Fearful: Instructor David Baker

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Aug 31, 2023, 6:00 PM – 8:30 PM

South Haven Center for the Arts, 600 Phoenix St, South Haven, MI 49090, USA

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Watercolor for the Fearful

Instructor David Baker

6-8:30p Tuesdays and Thursdays, Four sessions Tuesday, August 22, Thursday, August 24, Tuesday, August 29 and Thursday, August 31, 2023

Adult class: 16 and up

Number of students: minimum 5, maximum 10 Members $100, non-member $110, supplies included

Scholarships available, inquire to info@southhavenarts.org

Would you like to paint with watercolor, but feel reluctant to jump in? Perhaps you have heard other artists talk about how difficult it is. Perhaps you work in another medium, but don’t think you’ll be able to control this one, after all, you have to work backwards! And, how does one correct mistakes? This is your class! Learn the theory and practice of transparent watercolor. Develop control of the basic techniques that allow you to realize your creative vision.

David Baker a little bio

David Baker is a visual artist who specializes in poetic landscape painting, much of it done en plein air. His studio pieces are often reinterpretations of paintings done outdoors. His principal media are watercolor, oil, and charcoal. His subjects are magical discoveries made while walking the landscape near Lake Michigan and, in particular, the campus of Ox-Bow. Frequently these paintings will suggest an ongoing series of pictures. David is a lifelong artist/teacher. He recently retired as art professor Emeritus from Southwestern Michigan College. He still teaches a bit at Ox-Bow School of Art and at the Krasl Art Center in St. Joseph, Michigan.

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