You missed the workshop but can purchase the replay!

Are you a painter looking for ways to make your artwork stand out? If so, you may have heard of the importance of values in a painting. But what are values, and why are they important?

When painting, it is essential to consider the range of values with varying shades of light and dark. If a painting has only light, medium, and dark values, the result can be incredibly limited, resulting in a flat, dull, and lifeless painting. With too few values, there is no variation or depth, which can easily create problems with perspective and make it difficult to create an interesting painting.

Who This is For

From the comfort of your home studio.

Take some time to relax and unwind while exploring expanding your value range.

We will paint on a 1/4 sheet of watercolor paper, but can you just imagine how beautiful this composition would be as a full-sheet painting?

The workshop is designed for all levels of artists.

Get ready to grab some paints, paper, and brushes, and prepare for a unique creative experience you won't forget. 

About the Workshop Replay

Treat it as if you were joining a Live workshop and paint along, simply paint at your own pace.

The workshop recording will be available to rewatch as long as you like, along with the segmented lessons for easier access.


Your instructor, Birgit O'Connor

Birgit O’Connor is a Master artist and a signature member of M-NWWS, (Northwest Watercolor Society) M-CWA, (California Watercolor Association) M-LWS (Louisiana Watercolor Society).

She is an award winning artist, judge, juror and author of the top-selling North Light books “ Watercolor in Motion”"Paint Watercolor Flowers" and “Watercolor Essentials” along with being included in three other titles. Known for her original paintings and inspirational teaching style.

Publications include the New York Times, SF Gate,Artist Magazine and Watercolor Artist Magazine INK in New Mexico, in the United States, Dobry Zank, (Poland) "L'Art de l'Aquarelle (France). Her memberships include Cambridge Who’s Who, Who's Who in America and Who's Who in American Women.