With Roberta Romeo
Step above your basic understanding and learn control techniques such as blending and mingling techniques, controlling wetness, and creating atmosphere and drama. Learn how to select brushes and paint. Instructor will personalize one-on-one instruction.
Supply Fee: No
Supply List: Yes
Fee: $30 Non-Member, $24 Member
A little about me...
Born in Ohio, my family moved frequently and I was always the new kid on the block. I was drawn to the world of the artist, I loved drawing, doodling, and creating crafts. I met my first artist, my friend’s dad in Memphis, and he showed me how to draw a tree that wasn’t a lollipop. From that moment on I never saw anything in nature without imaging how I would draw it or paint it. I would look at how God threw splashes of colors to create the autumn trees; the purples, turquoise and oranges a sunset; the unending shapes that form clouds; the precious animations of my grandchildren; the regalness of the egret or sassiness of the gull or . . . How could I not be inspired when everywhere I turn around is God’s magnificent creation to behold.
As a child, I wanted to be a teacher, so I did take a few art classes in undergrad school. At my last school, Oakland Center in Georgia, I painted a mural on the atrium walls and have completed several commissioned pieces. I have painted in oils and acrylics but after taking water color classes with Terry Denson, I was reeled into the amazing world of water color.
I can’t explain to you how excited I get when I see watercolor dancing around the paper and am so amazed at the creation it produces. I can’t wait to try the next piece just to see what happens. I delight in the vibrancy of color, the flowing movement of colors into each other, and the transparency of one color over another. I enjoy using traditional techniques and am sure as I mature as an artist, I will embrace modern ideas as well, but no matter, I love the season I am in and the seasons of growth that lie ahead as a watercolor artist. I have received several awards at art shows.