IN PERSON AT BLACK POND. Using one object of your choice, you’ll receive 100 prompts for ways to paint it in watercolor or the water-based medium of your choice. Some prompts will be slow and thoughtful, some will be fast and furious, and some will stretch your color choices. Your object could be a pineapple, an artichoke, or a witch hat — anything that will engage you over several days. Other possibilities: painting your object in a good or bad mood, with a blindfold on, or on a large scale. To expand your options, acrylics, pastels, and collage may be used in addition to watercolor. The goals of the workshop will be to break out of old habits, increase your proficiency, and have fun doing it! Workshop fee includes lunches.
WORKSHOPS ARE HELD ONLINE OR IN PERSON.
PLEASE READ EACH WORKSHOP DESCRIPTION FOR DETAILS.
Hours for online workshops: Determined by individual instructors.
In-person workshops begin at 10 a.m. eastern time.
Online classes at Black Pond are meant to be interactive.
Your voice, and the voices of all participants, are vital to the experience. We seek to protect the intellectual property of our instructors. For these reasons, we generally do not record online meetings. If you are registered for a workshop and need to miss a meeting, please contact us (not your instructor) via email at firstname.lastname@example.org, 24 hours in advance to request a recording of that meeting. Recordings are available for 48 hours.
We do not record entire workshops.
To register for a workshop, click the "REGISTER" link below the title.