with Z. L. Feng
3 Day Workshop
Workshop Dates: Postponed until 2021
Time: 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Early Bird Fee:
$390 ( early bird fee for LWS members).
$440 ( fee for non-members).
Workshop fee will increase to $440 for everyone after deadline TBA.
Full payment is required to reserve your spot.
Class size: 15 minimum/22 maximum
Location: American Legion Post 397 —a spacious one story facility with easy access and plenty of parking.
1225 Hickory Ave., Harahan, LA 70123
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This course covers master watercolor techniques for creating beautiful transparent landscapes and portraits. Design exercises will improve techniques and expand students’ imaginations,while exploring the interrelationship of value and color. Through explanation and demonstration, the student will learn concepts and steps to create a master watercolor painting.
Landscapes- Explaining and demonstrating, painting the horizon, atmospheric perspective, reflections in water, shadow, and textures.
Portrait– Explaining and demonstrating, Facial proportions, capturing likeness (character), skin tone and hair texture, composition.
This workshop will be an invaluable opportunity to gain new painting insights.
Workshop Chair: Louise Hansen Questions? Email
About Z. L. Feng:
Growing up in Shanghai, Feng began painting at age seven and never stopped, experimenting with different mediums, including pastel, oil, and egg tempera, before choosing his favorite, watercolor. “With watercolor you cannot cover your mistakes, so you must know what you are doing,” he says.
Before coming to the U.S. in 1986, Feng received his BFA degree from Shanghai Teacher’s University and taught in its art department for four years. He completed the MFA degree at Radford University in 1989 where he is currently a Professor of Art. Since coming to the U.S., his work has received acclaim throughout the country, garnering more than 300 state, regional, national, and international awards with many “Best in Show” awards and Gold Medal honors in major U.S. watercolor competitions. His work has been featured in The Artist’s Magazine, American Artist, Watercolor 90, Watercolor Highlight, Omni Magazine, Watercolor Magic, and the Chinese National Magazine, China-Watercolor.
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Full payment is required to reserve your spot. Your reservation is not held until payment is received.
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