Thursday August 12th
Enjoy a day of watercolor painting with expert help at hand. Mary will open with a watercolor demonstration, but the main class objective will be to provide individualized coaching for watercolorists who either have works-in-progress or are starting a new painting and would appreciate some advice. Get your questions answered about pigments, paper, brushstrokes, color, composition or more, or get a personalized demonstration of a particular technique. Bring your painting tools and yourselves for a pleasant day of painting and learning.
Materials To Bring: A work in progress or a painting you are starting, your watercolor paints, palettes and brushes, scrap drawing and watercolor paper, and a packed lunch
Materials Provided: water buckets, extra brushes, paper towels, tape
Registration Deadline: August 5th
Members: $95 Non-Members: $115
Due to current Covid-19 guidelines we are asking all interested students if you are fully vaccinated, as a part of our registration process. At this time you do not need to be fully vaccinated in order to participate in in-person workshops. This information will only be used for the View Center for Art and Culture to prepare proper seating for our classes in accordance with CDC and New York State guidelines. Masks and social distancing is required if you have not yet been fully vaccinated and or have not provided proof of vaccination to the front desk.
About Mary Murphy: Mary Murphy is a signature member of the Central New York Watercolor Society (CNYWS) and has been recognized in national and regional shows with master status and awards; most recently she’s been juried into The Art Students League New York City exhibition, “At the Table,” (2021), The Art Students League comic book competition, This Quarantine Life Comics Anthology (2020), Adirondack National Exhibition of American Watercolors (ANEAW) and the Cooperstown National Art Show, and she received the Judge’s Choice Award at the 2019 CNYWS juried exhibition.
After a successful career in corporate communications as a speechwriter, she is now dedicated to art full time. She is a popular art demonstrator (watercolor floral painting at Munson-Williams-Proctor Art Institution Edward Root Sculpture Court in April 2018) and workshop leader (for View and CNYWS) and guest speaker (Cazenovia Watercolor Society, Utica Rotary, Rome’s Wednesday Morning Club), and has served on the Board of Directors for both View and the CNYWS.