21 - 23Mar2019

Bring Energy and Focus to your Watercolors!

New Brighton Center

400 10th St NW, New Brighton, MN 55112

Before February 1, 2019: $350 for Members and: $380 for Non-members; After February 1, 2019: Members: $380 Non-members: $410 (Deposit $100 per person)

Ron Stocke  will offer a 3 day workshop for the Minnesota Watercolor Society this March.   He has taught numerous workshops in U.S., Canada and Europe.  Stocke’s direct method of painting watercolor has made him one of today’s top workshop instructors. Learn how to paint with purpose and energy; to create paintings that have mood, simple shapes, and strong values.  Ron will show participants how to use deft brushstrokes that result in loose, transparent paintings.  He believes that watercolor is simply the best medium to capture light, shadow and reflective surfaces. Each day of the workshop will consist of a demonstration, painting by participants, and individual assistance. To see an example of his approach look at his post for  American Watercolor, americanwatercolor.net. See more of Ron’s art at www.ronstocke.com. Make sure to check out his video's at www.ronstocke.com/videos.

  Ron won first place in the Landscape Division of the Annual Art Competition of The Artist Magazine, March 2018 issue.  He is a Signature Member of the American Watercolor Society, the Northwest Watercolor Society, and an elected member of the Canadian Society of Painters in Watercolor. He has won numerous awards and been featured in Watercolor Artist Magazine, and Splash.  All participants will receive a complimentary set of M. Graham paints.

To register, please download the registration form and send to Beverly Wood at 16091 Huron Path, Lakeville, MN 55044 or send your name, address, phone number, email address, and membership status bjwood48@hotmail.com  

Testimonial - 

I spend the winter months in Venice, FL. 80 degrees here today. Love it!. I just bought Ron Stocke's new book--En Plein Air: Watercolor. Awesome artist. I would totally sign up for the workshop if I were in Minnesota in March." Karen Knutson

Ron Stocke Workshop