Dry Brush Watercolor: Don Nice’s Double Predella
Wednesday, February 28, 6:00-8:30 PM
Ederic Seminar Room 102, Gund Gallery
Seats are limited to 15 participants. Registration will open Friday before the session at noon. A link to register will be provided on this page.
Watercolor is an incredibly fluid and versatile painting medium. With ancient origins, the contemporary process relies on water-soluble pigment and absorbent paper. After examining Double Predella by Don Nice, participants will explore color layering using a dry brush technique.
About the PM Atelier Workshop Series:
PM Atelier is a series of hand-on workshops that introduce participants to a range of traditional artist techniques and processes. Every semester we focus on a different theme connected to our current exhibitions or collection works. Our focus for spring of 2018 is water media techniques represented in the Gund Gallery Collection. Participants have the option of copying works from our collection or exploring the technique with original subject matter. Registration is required and limited to 15 per session.
Full Series Schedule:
- Wednesday, January 31 – Opaque Gouache: Jacob Lawrence’s The Builders Family
- Wednesday, February 28 – Dry Brush Watercolor: Don Nice’s Double Predella
- Wednesday, March 21 – Variegated Wash Watercolor: William George Allan’s Bear Kill – Rainbow
- Wednesday, April 11 – Abstract Watercolor: Helen Frankenthaler’s West Wind
Gund Gallery exhibitions and public programs are supported, in part, by the Gund Gallery Board of Directors and the Ohio Arts Council.
Image: Don Nice (American, b. 1932). Double Predella, 1976. Watercolor on paper. 40 x 80 1/4 inches. Gund Gallery Collection; gift of Mr. and Mrs. Graham Gund ’63.