J.M. Littleton of Littleton School of Art
Saturday and Sunday, December 9 & 10
Ages 16 and Up: 9:30 am – 3:30 pm each day
Members: $185/ Non-members: $225
Minimum 6/ Maximum 15 Must register by December 2
Have you wondered how a realistic watercolor artist creates atmospheric perspective? In addition, do you desire to learn how to layer washes to create more realistic and intense colors and values? J.M. Littleton will reveal her process of how she begins with a preliminary drawing and light washes to develop them into realistic images. Students will enjoy learning these concepts through discussion and demonstration and they will practice executing flat and graded washes. In addition, students will learn the meaning and uses of color theory to enhance the depth of field in their paintings. Further, participants will bring in images (with a strong light source) of subject matter that interests them, to develop a painting. Pupils of all ability levels will be inspired and revitalized by attending.
J.M. Littleton is a graduate of the Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore, Maryland. She teaches for several colleges including Howard Community College, where she was nominated the Faculty Instructor of the Year for 2014-15. In addition, she is on an “Excellence of Teaching” list for Maryland colleges. She founded, Littleton School of Art in Towson, Maryland in 1994. She is an award-winning artist and International Exhibitor as well as being a Signature Member of the Baltimore Watercolor Society. Jennifer has exhibited with the AWS and NWS. Most recently she won an award in June, 2017. Her painting, “See Us In Our Shadows” (Zebras), won the Silver Medal of Honor from International Juror, Frank Eber, at the Mid-Atlantic Juried Watercolor exhibition, Baltimore Watercolor Society, at the Black Rock Center for the Arts in Gaithersburg, MD.
Look for Jennifer’s work: www.littletonart.com