033G) Beginning Watercolor Painting
 

Beginning Watercolor Painting is perfect if you are new to watercolor painting or wanting time and space to refresh your practice. Through demonstrations and observation we will explore composition, color, and a wide variety of watercolor techniques. We will look to artists working in a variety of styles for inspiration and ideas for experimentation. Subjects may include landscape, still life, and the figure. We will discuss materials, pallet set up, paper, and how to get from sketch to painting. Beginning Watercolor Painting will give student the tools and techniques to dive into their own work.

Elizabeth Massa is an interdisciplinary artist and documentary photographer based in Lawrenceville, NJ. She is a storyteller and teaching artist. She makes work about food and food culture, both near and far. Utilizing concentrations in photography, painting, illustration, Suminagashi, printmaking, and book arts, her work is a celebration of the everyday, of daily ritual, of the land and the water. Elizabeth holds a BA in American Studies from Smith College and a Graduate Certificate in Documentary Photography and Ethics from the Salt Institute for Documentary Studies. She studied at the Herron School of Art and Design, Sculoa Internazionale di Grafica, Venezia, as well The Institute of Culinary Education. (That’s right! Elizabeth is also a trained pastry chef.) She studied with Karen Baldner, Shelby Lee Adams and Penny De Los Santos. She got her start in the field working for Thatcher Cook and Corbin Gurkin. She is the owner of the pop up and soon to be online shop, The House That Liz Built.