Kathryn Morrill

 

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Classes with Kathryn Morrill

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Florals to Landscapes - Real to Abstract Watercolor

4-5 weeks, Starting in Nov 2016

Thursdays

1:00pm - 4:00pm 

Watercolor

All skill levels

Nov 10 - Dec 15, 2016 (no class Nov 24) - 5 weeks

Apr 6 - Apr 27 - 4 weeks

 

Cost for Class:

5 weeks - $145m/175nm

4 weeks - $115m/145nm

 

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Florida's florals and landscapes provide endless inspiration through color and shape.  Enough infact to see them as the basis for an abstracted image that brings the true essence of the original image.  The difference between "looking" and "seeing" as well as "imagining" will give students and indepth view of everyday scenes.  Live flowers and plants as source materials will be provided.  Photo references are encouraged.  Multiple techniques will be taught to achieve all desired effects. This is a great class for all skill levels.  Demonstrations, critques and lots of individual attention will bring color and life to students work.   

CLASS - Nov

Nov 10 - Dec 15, 2016 (no class Nov 24) - 5 weeks


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CLASS - Apr

Apr 6 - Apr 27, 2017 - 4 weeks


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About the Instructor: 

imageKathyrn Morrill spent most of her adult life both creating and teaching in New York City and Northern New Jersey.  She happily relocated to Manatee County in the summer of 2016.  The choice of resettling to Sarasota area was made with the knowledge that art and culture featured prominently here.  She is very pleased to become part of this community.  

She graduated from Montclair State University with a BA in Art Education and shortly there after graduated from Rhode Island School of Design with a Master of Art Education.  She begain her career as a printed surface textile designer working for serveral different corporations in New York City for almost 10 years.  Later as a freelance textile designer she took full advantage of an oportunity and started creating her own fine art drawings and paintings.  She then began her career as an art teacher for Fair Lawn, NJ Public School System where she worked for the next 28 years winning many awards and citations. Before retiring to Florida.  

She has worked in oil paint, watercolor and colored pencil and exhibited in galleries and other venues, includeing juried shows at RISD and Montclair State University along with multiple solo shows in Bergen County, NJ.    

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