Another student gallery from a very fun Recipe Illustration workshop at the Brooklyn Brainery. Although the 2 hour classes are great, I somewhat felt that it didn’t allow for enough time to actually create the artwork.
So this time we ran one that was 3 hours instead of 2. Which was great because it allowed for a larger focus on illustration and design exercises and more time to get into action. The feedback was great, everyone loved the fact that they had plenty of time to work on their recipes. As it always takes a little while to get into the process of creating.
Join me for an Experimental Watercolor workshop at the Brooklyn Brainery, Saturday the 29th of October!
This will be a great 2 hour workshop that focusses on a playful, and fun approach to watercolor painting. We’ll explore this versatile medium through a variety of different experiments and techniques. We’ll also work towards a final piece for which you can bring an image that you like. But plenty of ideas will be provided as part of the workshop as well.
In this 2 hour workshop we’ll cover:
- Traditional techniques: wet on wet, dry on dry, textures, glazes and more.
- Color gradients: How to work the paint and water to create those beautiful color gradations.
- Fun! Play and explore watercolors with stamping, stencils, salt, drippings, splashes and straws.
- For on your wall: Besides a variety of different watercolor experiments, you’ll go home with a finished watercolor painting to hang at home or give as a gift.
For more information go to: https://brooklynbrainery.com/courses/experimental-watercolors
This was so exciting! Finally sold my artwork at a market. This was at the Geek Forest in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. It was a small market, launching their first public event. I couldn’t have done this without my partner in crime my sweet friend Shrutti Garg from www.thebabyphotographer.com.
In case you missed it, all prints are of course all for sale in my Etsy shop or my Redbubble store.