Date(s) - October 12, 2019
9:00 am - 12:00 pm
4000 SW Fairview Blvd
Portland, OR 97221
Use watercolor pigments and real leaves collected in nature to create gorgeous fall leaf prints suitable for framing. Please note that leaves are to be collected ahead of class time by students and kept moist between damp paper towels in the refrigerator. Bring 6-8 leaves with various sizes and interesting shapes that you have found on the sidewalk or in your yard. No experience required. Attendees are required to bring their own watercolor round size 8 or 10 paint brush. All other supplies are provided.
About the Instructor: Elizabeth Higgins is a Portland watercolor artist and instructor who has been a lifelong learner of various art forms, including drawing, writing, photography and book arts. She found her true artistic passion in 2011 when she discovered watercolor painting. She is constantly inspired by shape and color, and finds purpose in expressing herself through the bold use of watercolor pigments. Painting is playful and joyful for her, and these are the feelings she hopes to instill in others. Elizabeth is a juried member of Watercolor Society of Oregon and is represented by Catherine Bede Gallery in Hillsboro, Oregon. www.elizabethmhiggins.com
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