Event Details

"Mixed Media:
Water-Based Painting" Class
by Deb Meyer

Tuesday, October 10, 2017 through Tuesday, October 31, 2017
10:00 AM
MAC-2nd Floor Classroom


For four Tuesdays in October, artist Deborah Meyer will be exploring a variety of techniques in watermedia, with a focus on color mixing and composition. Each artist will choose the subject matter that inspires and sparks their creativity, and work in the watermedia they prefer. Deb will be presenting lively and informative demonstrations throughout the class which will teach each participant how to use their materials to their fullest potential. All skill levels are welcome. Must be at least 18 years of age to take this class.

Four consecutive Tuesdays in October 2017
October 10, 17, 24, and 31
10:00 am - 1:00 pm

Monroe Arts Center
1315 11th Street, Monroe, Wisconsin
WB&T Classroom, 2nd Floor

$  90 - Monroe Arts Center Members
$100 - Non-Members
Cash, check, credit card (Visa, MasterCard, Discover) accepted

Call 608-325-5700 to register or in person at the Monroe Arts Center office.
Registration Deadline: Friday, October 6, 2017

1. Bring the painting medium of your choice: Acrylics, watercolors, colored pencils, watercolor pencils (Basic Colors, etc.)
2. Painting panels, Masonite, or painting boards; even stretched canvases if you prefer.
3. Brushes
4. Water container for brushes [cottage cheese, yogurt containers, etc.] misting bottle, paper towels, a sheet of plastic to cover your workspace, and a handy carrying tote.
5. Carefully choose your reference material and bring it printed. It's very difficult to paint or draw from an electronic device.

Deborah Meyer, Artist and Instructor
Working predominantly in acrylic and oil, Meyer is a realist painter, taking elements of nature and exploring the abstract character of them. Her method of work involves layering multiple applications of glazes to achieve a depth and complexity in the style of the old masters. She employs contrasting texture and tones as well as rich, vibrant color to portray images of the world as she sees it. She began the study of painting as an art major in the early seventies and has enjoyed a career in the creative arts including advertising and interior design. Deb has been painting passionately and consistently since 1998.