October 7-8, 2021
As a former Walt Disney Imagineer, working on the design of Disney Theme Parks worldwide, to tell a particular story, Kim had to make the new look old. She carried that same love of vintage time worn objects telling stories through my artwork. Join her as she shares her techniques for achieving texture in watercolor. For an oil or acrylic painter, texture can be achieved by applying thick paint in an impasto manner. In watercolor, texture must be achieved to look three dimensional on a two dimensional surface. In this workshop we will work on a number of technques to achieve texture in your work and then will paint a rusty, vintage gate. She’ll share a variety of techniques that she uses in my work to give passages in watercolor interesting variety, as well as, imply texture on worn and aged surfaces.
See more of about Kim and her work at www.kimminichiello.com.
WASH Texture Workshop Supply List.pdf