If you are even the tiniest bit creative, I know you will understand what I am about to say. While designing, whether it be in the garden or the art studio, I am at my best; this is when my heart sings. Ever since I was young, I have gravitated toward art and have always been intrigued by watercolors. It fascinates me to watch how the paint flows onto the paper. You can only control the paint to a certain extent (the same goes for life in general). Watercolors will help you let go of trying to control every detail. They are so captivating because they keep you coming back, and you will never tire of working with them.
I have been a watercolor artist for over 40 years. For many of those years, I have also taught watercolor art classes. I frequently hear people say, “Watercolors are the most difficult medium.” I have to disagree. Once you know a few tricks, I feel they are the most enticing type of paint.
The delicate nature of watercolors perfectly lends itself to painting flowers; this is why I have chosen to teach our Floral Watercolor Workshops.
If you would like to join us at the farm, please sign up below for our workshops. I will contact you when the next workshop begins. In the meantime, you can follow my blog and watch the steps I take to create a painting.
Watercolor Workshops will be at Antonella Farm located north of Longmont, Colorado.
Due to Covid restrictions, we are not currently scheduling Watercolor Workshops. Sign up below, and we will notify you by email when the next workshop will begin.
Watercolor Workshops At Antonella Farm
Laura Peters has been a watercolor artist for over 40 years. She is a published illustrator and an award-winning artist. She has illustrated children's books, designed and created murals nationwide, and for the past 15 years, has held art classes at her Colorado studio.
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