The workshop at The San Diego Watercolor Society went wonderfully well, with a capacity group of painters producing some excellent breakthroughs and lovely work (I've left the course description posted below, for now).
I have no new workshops planned for 2013 at this time, but will soon be announcing an exciting new venue and schedule. Stay tuned, thank you, paint much and well.
Richard Hawk painting workshops are about learning and adventuring into new territory in a very positive, nurturing and freeing environment.
About the April 13-14, 2013 Workshop
"Paint Like An Animal"
At The San Diego Watercolor Society
This is a weekend figure painting workshop for painters with some painting experience but not necessarily figurative.
What does it mean to 'paint like an animal'? It means painting from your core, with spontaneity and a natural flow of your creative impulses. It also means painting with abundant energy.
No fluff - we'll work with specific methods and techniques for achieving and maintaining creative flow and making exciting energy evident in your work.
Join us in the exciting April workshop and begin to paint as you never have before.
About Richard Hawk Workshops:
Learn to trust yourself in 'direct painting'
What is ‘Direct Painting’? Direct Painting has been characterized as bold, expressive brushwork and a painterly, atmospheric surface. Direct Painting is also, in these workshops, painting from your core.
Have you ever wanted to paint more intuitively, with flow, freedom and ease of expression, within a solid design framework? You'll be learning and practicing specific ways doing these things in the workshops.
See more information here about the April 13-14 weekend workshop at The San Diego Watercolor Society's beautiful facility at NTC Liberty Station in Pt. Loma.