If water media is your thing, then you won’t want to miss this exhibition. Featuring some of the best watercolor artists from across the Western Slope, the Western Colorado Watercolor Society (WCWS) has put together an exhibit that is sure to take your breath away.
Watercolor is one of the most difficult mediums to work with. Its permanence, gesture, and vibrancy offer a unique visual appeal. The fluid quality of the pigment and various textures of paper trimmed with decaled edges speak to the human quality and originality of each individual work. Artists interpret their surroundings, considering their experiences and, sculpting through paint, leave pockets of negative space that represent the saturation of light and further demonstrate the difference in value and color that construct the world we share.
JUROR DANI TUPPER
Tupper is an award-winning artist with a passion for watercolor. She teaches classes and workshops in her studio in Delta, CO. She has traveled extensively and taken her students on painting holidays to many locations in the United States and overseas. She works with and teaches many different techniques and subjects. She will offer a workshop this time using oriental paper and hot wax, a technique called Watercolor Batik).