Watercolour Painting • Colour Mastery
Friday August 28
Friday August 29
Instructor: Richard Scott
Beginner - Advanced Welcome
In this two-day workshop we will explore...
How to draw any subject matter with confidence
The difference between copying and expression
“The shift” – how to think when you hold a pencil to instantly improve your skill
Breaking through subject overwhelm
How to use both sides of the brain to make drawing logical and easier
How to use your eyes so that the brain instantly interprets the subject matter into art
The key to never overworking a drawing again
Many of the ideas Richard will be sharing are new (not included in his book, “Sketching – from Square One to Trafalgar Square”)
Richards approach can applied to drawing ANY subject matter desired.
Artist Bio • Richard Scott
Richard teaches drawing and painting at the Huntington in San Marino, CA, and the Norton Simon Museum in Pasadena, CA. For the past 20 years, he has taught courses and workshops at various universities, including Cal Poly Pomona, UCLA, Art Center Pasadena, Cal Poly San Luis Obispo, UNLV, University of Pennsylvania, and University of Arizona. He also conducts private art workshops throughout the U.S. and Europe.
Students appreciate his clarity of communication, humor, and eagerness to support and help each student improve and enjoy the learning process.
He is the author of the highly-acclaimed book “Sketching – from Square One to Trafalgar Square” which is used as a text at many universities and colleges.
His artworks are in private collections throughout the U.S. and Europe, and have appeared in numerous magazines, including the Art of Watercolour and Watercolor Artist Magazine, and have been displayed at the California State Capital. His design work has been profiled on NPR station KCRW.