10 - 12Oct2019

MN Watercolor Society Fall 2019 Workshop - Stan Fellows

9:00 AM to 4:00 PM

Ames Center

12600 Nicollet Avenue, Burnsville, MN 55337

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

Thursday October 10 – Saturday October 12, 9 am to 4 pm

Ames Center, Burnsville

Stan Fellows, accomplished illustrator and watercolor artist based in Longmont, Colorado, will teach watercolor journaling October 10-12, 2019 at the Ames Center in Burnsville. His playful approach and easy-to-remember tips and tools will help you paint in a more relaxed way. “Isn’t it appealing to know that you can paint for ten minutes and complete something? And guess what? It doesn’t feel like work—it feels fun,” he says. The structure is relaxed: Stan does a ten-minute demo; then participants try it. Demos gradually extend as does time for participants to explore. Stan circulates to give individual feedback and help. With this non-traditional format and laid-back teaching style, new participants relax and enjoy watercolor, experienced painters refresh their approach. Register today. This popular workshop is filling fast!

A native Minnesotan, Stan began his 35-year creative practice in Minneapolis teaching watercolor painting and illustration for the Minneapolis College of Art and Design. In the past decade, his commercial illustrations have increasingly been executed in the carefree style of his personal journals. He has created lessons to teach this unique approach in workshops as he transitions into a new stage of his career.

Cost: if registration and payment is completed by September 1, 2019, $350 for MNWS members, $380 for non-members. After September 1, 2019 members, $380; non-members $410.

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  

Watercolor Journaling with Stan Fellows