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Deb Meier, Burchfield Storm, Inspired by Charles E. Burchfield's transitional brushstrokes and fall colors in the painting Spring Rain in the Woods, hand-painted scarf, 2019, 8x54 inches, Dye-Na-Flow on Silk

Deb Meier, Burchfield Storm, Inspired by Charles E. Burchfield's transitional brushstrokes and fall colors in the painting Spring Rain in the Woods, hand-painted scarf, 2019, 8x54 inches, Dye-Na-Flow on Silk

Class / Workshop  |  Transitional Wearables: Silk painted scarves

International Center for Watercolor

Saturday, October 26, 2019, 10:30 am–3:30 pm

Artist/Instructor: Deb Meier
$60 members/$70 not-yet members
Lunch on your own from 12:30-1:30 PM
All supplies are included in the workshop fee except watercolor brushes.

Inspired by Charles E. Burchfield's transitional brushstrokes and fall colors in the painting Spring Rain in the Woods, participants will design and hand-paint a scarf.  All you need to bring is your creativity and watercolor brushes, the rest is provided.

Deb Meier is a retired art educator who has transitioned into the role of a watercolor artist.  Although she is commonly known for working in transparent watercolor in a variety of subject matter, it's not uncommon to find her painting with hi-flow acrylics, inks, fabric painting, and even resin pours.  Deb works behind the scenes for River Art Gallery, Niagara Frontier Watercolor Society, and the Williamsville Art Society.  Her small parrot inspires much of her artwork. 

Supply List:
Bring watercolor brushes, all other supplies are included in the workshop fee

Download the registration form.

For further information go to the International Center For Watercolor or contact Kathy G. Shiroki at shirokkg@buffalostate.edu, 716.878.3549.