What students say
"I think the personal messages are brilliant! It is like you are sitting next to me in one of your classes. You have provided me with focused, personal and private feedback that I can easily go back to. where I can re-watch when I need to recall your feedback." Shelby
"This has opened up a whole new world for me, yesterday's session drove home the point of how to turn a pleasant photo into a dramatic subject that truly tells a story. If I learn nothing else in the class (but I will 🤗), that lesson alone was worth the price of admission! A tangible AHA moment for me. Thanks for the joy" Sue Warnock
"Love, love, love this personal response." Sue Warnock
"Thank you so much. It is amazing the dedication you gave to each of us!" Camelia Ilie
"This class taught me something about having courage. I really liked that you said every painting is an experiment. I have enjoyed learning from you! Thank you" Barbara Nelson
This session is Full and registration is closed
Class size is limited
Your artistic style is what makes your work feel like you, it's essentially what distinguishes you from other artists and I'm sure you have noticed that throughout history all the greatest artists had styles that were distinct and unique. This course is designed for you to discover your personal creativity, unique painting style, and what sets you apart from everyone else, and bring you through the process to complete finished painting.
Submit up to three photographs of any kind (florals, landscapes etc.) then in a live meeting we will discuss your composition and approach, then go back to your studio to paint. After giving you enough time we'll meet again to review what you have done and problem solve. Then return to your studio to complete your painting. For those that are really speedy, within the course period you can continue to paint one of the other reviewed compositions to do another painting.
Birgit O’Connor, award winning artist, judge, juror and author of the top-selling North Light books “ Watercolor in Motion” and “Watercolor Essentials” and has been included in with three other book titles. She has been included in over 40 national and international publications, the New York Times, SF Gate,Artist Magazine and Watercolor Artist Magazine INK in New Mexico, in the United States, Dobry Zank, (publication in Poland) "L'Art de l'Aquarelle in France,. Memberships include Cambridge Who’s Who, Who's who in America and Who's who in American woman and is a signature member of LWS & CWA.
Known for her original art and inspirational teaching style, Birgit has developed numerous successful online courses and DVD programs to help students find their own creativity and build confidence within the difficult medium of watercolor.
Workshop schedule visit www.birgitoconnor.com