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Gouache & Travel Painting with Kathryn Stedham


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Gouache and Travel Painting | Friday, April 27, 2018 | 10am-4:30pm |

$120 BYOM or $135 mat. incl. + Tax | Santa Fe.

Learn the fundamentals of painting in Gouache with Kathryn Stedham. Gouache is a water-based paint used for creating rich, opaque, and velvety surfaces. It is also great for studies and painting on the go! So, grab some of your favorite travel photos for inspiration and join us for this dynamic workshop. There will be plenty of demos, step-by-step instruction and work time. Stedham recently painted her way through Japan and will be sharing her secrets to successful gouache painting and tricks for organizing supplies for a simple studio or outdoor painting session anywhere in the world!

Maximum Students: 12.

No Refunds after April 23rd • 10% Discount offered during your workshop • Please park on Maclovia Street between Artisan and Autozone – Please DO NOT park directly behind our building


Holbein Designers Gouache: G604 Burnt Umber, G652 Primary Yellow, G658 Primary Black, G651 Primary Magenta, G654 Primary Cyan, G659 Primary White

Small Watercolor Block – Fluid Hot or Cold Press, or Strathmore Watercolor Postcards

Sizes 4” x 6” or 5” x 7” or 6” x 8”

Brushes: W/C round, bright, flat 2-6

BIO: Kathryn Stedham is recognized for her strong gestural style, which incorporates a rich array of mark-making and painterly surfaces culminating from a lifetime of painting. Stedham’s paintings and monoprints have been featured in public and private collections throughout the United States and abroad. Stedham currently divides her time between southern Utah and Santa Fe, NM., but travels extensively, painting in the North American Southwest and Asia. Her paintings are represented at Acosta Strong Gallery, Santa Fe, Ellsworth Gallery, Santa Fe, A Gallery, Salt Lake City, Parish Gallery, Washington DC (in memoriam).

Visit Kathryn’s website: www.KStedham.com