Thursday, October 29, 2009

Quiller Workshop

I have just come back from a WONDERFUL week at a watermedia workshop with Stephen Quiller at the in Spokane Art Supply in Spokane, Washington. This is the painting that I did in transparent watercolour working with a double analogous palette. The idea of the yellow trees on the cool field came from Steve's demo, but the rest is my invention. For a great description of the class and what we learned can be found on my student's and fellow workshop participant's Cheryl Quist's blog.


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Anonymous said...

WOW, what an amazing painting! Stephen Quiller has long been one of my favorite artists and I think you must have soaked up his lessons like a sponge! YOur painting is SO dramatic and lyrical. Absolutely stunning and gorgeous!

Sharon said...

Thank you very much! I would highly recommend taking a workshop from Steve, he is a MASTER and a wonderfully warm and giving instructor.

Cynthia said...

This is so "Quilleresque"...wonderful piece. I love his work and someday hope to take a workshop with him. You lucky girl you.

Priti said...

This is beautiful Sharon! Nice colors, thanks for sharing the information about the workshop. Sounds like you have a lot of fun.

Anonymous said...

It's really beautiful and represents what watercolors are all about - that translucent quality. Lovely work.

Carol Nelson said...

OMG. I hadn't scrolled down to this blog entry about the Quiller workshop when I left the previous comment.
I totally concur. I took a workshop from Steve several years ago - love that man.