Susan Webb Tregay’s course simplifies the elements and principles of design into manageable and very successful color and design strategies that apply to all artistic media. Based on studies of famous paintings, these strategies guarantee exceptional paintings and photographs.
Artists will learn to adjust their paintings, aligning them with both a color and a design strategy as the piece develops. Tregay teaches a technique she developed that creates clean, sharp-edged paint removal in watercolor, while acrylics are naturally very flexible.
Artists are asked to bring their favorite media and photos to work with. Flowers and trees(!) will also be supplied for inspiration. Those wishing to learn more about watercolor will be sent a supply list. A limited supply of watercolors will be available.
Learn why some of your paintings are ho-hum while others are exceptional. Make every future painting a winner.
This is a NO PERFUME OR PERFUMED-PRODUCTS CLASS!
Tregay is a nationally recognized artist, participating in international exhibitions, and recently winning two awards from the American Watercolor Society. She has won awards from the Society of Acrylic Painters, Watercolor USA, and the Miami Watercolor Society. She is represented by Tyler White O'Brien Gallery - Greensboro, NC, Art Mob - Hendersonville, NC, Asheville Gallery of Art, and Art Dialogue - Buffalo, NY.
38 Corporations have her paintings in their collections.
She is a signature member of the American Watercolor Society, the National Watercolor Society and the Transparent Watercolor Society of America, and the Honor Society of Watercolor USA in Springfield MO. She teaches workshops around the country. Tregay is the author of many articles and the book and DVD, Master Disaster: Five Ways to Rescue Desperate Watercolors [North Light Publishers, 2007]. Her Free-Range Children series is featured at this web site. Visit www.tregay.com.