Share your love of art and nature with fellow art enthusiasts!
Each class begins with an instructor-led nature walk for inspiration and to capture reference photos to use in class. The group will then move indoors, where artist/instructor Carl Stoveland will start with a quick demo topic, then assist you in choosing a subject and getting started on your watercolor.
This class is for adults only at all levels, from novice to experience artist, and will be tailored to each student. Bring your pencils, pens, paints, sketchpad or watercolor pad (or journal), and your favorite photographic device (i.e., cell phone or tablet).
Watercolor at the Garden
Tuesday, October 12th
10:00 am to 12:30 pm
Class fee: $20 for MBG Members; $25 for nonmembers (includes full Garden admission)
Registration is required; class size is limited to 15.
Registration closes the day before each class.
About Carl Stoveland
Carl Stoveland is an artist and photographer living and working in Lake Worth Beach. He is a founding member of the Lake Worth Beach Urban Sketchers group and was 2020 Artist in residence at Dry Tortugas National Park, where he and another artist lived off the grid entirely creating art and photography for the entire month of September. Two of Carl’s previous projects were the photo documentary exhibits, IAMLAKEWORTH and IAMLAKEWORTHTOO that were displayed at the Hatch in 2018 and 2019. Carl was managing partner at Gallery Meraki in Garnerville, NY from 2014 to 2016, where he exhibited his own work and taught workshops in Photography and Photoshop. His current passions are acrylic painting and Urban Sketching.
Carl grew up in NY near the Catskill Mountains and found his passion for photography and painting hiking along the many trails and streams near his home. His Dad spent his entire career working in photo labs, and his mom is an oil painter and watercolorist. So the apple did not fall far from the tree!
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