Relax with the mellow Watercolor Workshop videos

Carol LaChiusa's WaterColor Workshop is a great place to relax and learn
Rating: 3.3 out of 5 (76 ratings)
3,291 students
Relax with the mellow Watercolor Workshop videos
Rating: 3.3 out of 5 (76 ratings)
3,291 students
Relaxation and or a basic level of Watercolor painting

Requirements

  • A cushy seat OR if you want to paint, a brush and a few tubes of paint.
Description

Relax, Mellow-out, or learn to paint Watercolor, if you like!

For those of you who would like to know the technical aspects of these videos...Carol LaChiusa creates landscape and city scenes that are filled with meditative speculations about the phenomena of appearances. She manipulates the transparency of her colors, set off by bold use of white of the paper, to develop appealingly clear and admirably loose descriptions of natural forms and colors, and to summon up the spirit of the places where she paints

Who this course is for:
  • Anyone who wants to enjoy the beauty of Watercolor.
Curriculum
8 sections • 8 lectures • 57m total length
  • Part 1
  • Video lesson 2
  • Video lesson 3
  • Video lesson 4
  • Video lesson 5
  • Video lesson 6
  • Video lesson 7
  • We travel to Italy in our hearts and mind - to paint a bridge.

Instructor
Mellow out with the Watercolor Workshop
Carol LaChiusa
  • 3.3 Instructor Rating
  • 76 Reviews
  • 3,291 Students
  • 1 Course

No experience needed, just a comfortable chair.  Carol LaChiusa's Watercolor Workshop brings you the most unique Watercolor courses that promise to deliver a combination of wonderful experiences. Relax, Mellow-out, or Learn to paint Watercolor as thousands have done over the last 40 years.

Carol LaChiusa attended the Cleveland School of art and extended her studies in workshops at the Universidad de Mexico-Puebla, at Trinity College in Venice (Italy), and, in Nantucket, at the School of Art and Design. She has exhibited extensively both in the U.S.A and abroad and has been represented by Metropolitan Graphics (New York City), the Cary Gallery (Rochester, Michigan), the Troy Art Gallery (Southfield, Michigan), and the Maniscalco Art Gallery (Grosse Pointe, Michigan). She has also been honored with more than twenty solo shows and many awards, and her work hangs in many corporate collections. Ms. LaChiusa served as president of both the Detroit Society of Women Painters and Sculptors and Grosse Pointe Arts Council, and for several years hosted "Watercolor Workshop with Carol LaChiusa" on Channel 32 in Grosse Pointe, Michigan.

Watercolor, the medium that has engaged her attention since 1971 and which she also teaches, has been well suited to her searching vision. Motivated by a lifelong fascination with light, La Chiusa creates landscape and city scenes that are filled with meditative speculations about the phenomena of appearances. She manipulates the transparency of her colors, set off by bold use of white of the paper, to develop appealingly clear and admirably loose descriptions of natural forms and colors, and to summon up the spirit of the places where she paints.