ALL STORES EVENTS
WINSOR & NEWTON: OILS + WATER COLOUR
with Pam Erhardt
FREE! NO REGISTRATION! LIMITED SEATING!
SATURDAY APRIL 30, 1-3pm
WINSOR & NEWTON WATER COLOUR DEMO
at our Boulder store
OILS: Saturday | May 7 | 1-3pm
WATER COLOUR: Saturday | April 30 | 1-3pm
OILS: Saturday | June 18 | 1-3pm
When it comes to water colour, in 1935 Winsor & Newton developed the first glycerine based, moist water colours changing the history of outdoor painting.
In this demonstration attendees will be introduced to the history of paint, color mixing, permanence, pigment characteristics, insights into various brushes and paper, techniques, and all sorts of other cool stuff to expand your knowledge of materials!
Winsor & Newton is built on art and science, collaborating with artists and institutions around the world to promote fine art and encourage emerging talent.
This demo is all about getting people excited about the endless possibilities of water colour paint so they can go right into the studio with tons of new ideas.
Winsor & Newton married art and science when the chemist, William Winsor, and artist, Henry Newton, created Winsor & Newton in 1832. Shortly after, Winsor & Newton developed the first portable paint tube changing the history of outdoor painting.
In this demonstration attendees will be introduced to the history of paint, color mixing, permanence, pigment characteristics, techniques such as paper marbling, and all sorts of other cool stuff to expand your knowledge of materials!
Over the years, the focus of art and science in the development of colors and materials lead to innovative products such as the oil color medium Liquin>, which has had a major impact on the way artists work.
This demo is all about getting people excited about the endless possibilities of oil paint so they can go right into the studio with tons of new ideas.
About the instructor: Pamela Erhardt is a North American based artist, currently living in Colorado, who has exhibited her artwork throughout the United States. While living abroad her work has also been shown in Florence, Italy and recently in Bristol, UK. Pamela received her MFA in Painting from Stephen F. Austin State University in 2014 and her BFA in Painting in 2010 from Ursuline College in Ohio.
Pamela paints emotion in a conceptual language. She creates paintings that embody universally recognized feelings while unearthing personally significant elements of her current place in time and space. artist website>