Workshop with Judy Saltzman

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Monday-Wednesday, March 18-20, 2019



Advanced Beginners to Advanced Skill Levels

$275 Members / $315 Non-Members




Whatever your level in watercolor painting this workshop introduces a range of strategies for expressive paintings.  Master the basic techniques for layering and pouring of transparent watercolor.  Explore new dimensions of creating dramatic diptych and triptych designs.  Gain the confidence and steps for mounting artwork on wood panels.


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March 18-20, 2019 

Cost: $275m/315nm

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About the Artist Instructor:


Judy Saltzman, NWS, ASMA, leaves water marks with watercolor media in an attempt to communicate through her artwork. She has a deep affinity for watercolor both for its ability and its unpredictability. Style and technique are two important components to an artist. Award-winning artist Judy Saltzman creates vibrant and expressive watercolor paintings. Judy explores the melding of realism and impressionistic style to create visual intricacy while adding layers of color for harmony. 

Judy is a Signature Member of the National Watercolor Society (NWS) and the American Society of Marine Artist (ASMA). She has exhibited in the National Watercolor Society (NWS), American Watercolor Society (AWS), Transparent Watercolor Society (TWSA), Florida Watercolor Society (FWS) and past NWS Web Director. Featured Artist in the International Magazine The Art of Watercolour, the National Watercolor Artist Magazine, The Artist's Magazine and "North Light Book-Splash 19". 

Judy's works of art are passionate and her style innovative. Eschewing some of the classic looks of traditional watercolor, Judy pushes the medium beyond the borders. An artist's style can be as unique as her signature which is true of Saltzman's paintings. 

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