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Exploring Watercolor with Susan Hood
Saturday, January 22; 10:00 AM–12:00 PM CST
Designed for adults
Learn about the beauty of watercolors over two Saturday mornings in January from local artist Dr. Susan Hood! Participants in this workshop will gain a deeper understanding of the properties of watercolor and the possibilities of the medium. Beginners are welcome as are more experienced artists. The first session on Saturday, January 22, includes information about the history of the medium, the nature of the materials, and the techniques unique to the medium. Exercises in color theory and the utilization of negative space to create visual depth will follow on Saturday, January 29 and are both enjoyable and empowering. This four-hour workshop will be conducted by Dr. Hood on two consecutive Saturdays: Participants can explore content on their own after the first session, then return with questions at the second meeting.
Participants are asked to bring their preferred paintbrushes; the MMFA will provide all other materials for the workshop.
Dr. Susan Hood
Dr. Hood has been painting with watercolors for over 50 years, and believes that creating daily is the best way to keep learning and growing. Dr. Hood is a retired associate professor from Auburn University at Montgomery. She has three degrees from the University of Missouri-Columbia: her Bachelor’s degree is in Painting and Drawing, her Masters is in Art History and she earned her PhD in Curriculum and Instruction.
Series of Two Classes: $50 for non-members | $37.50 for MMFA members
Museum members save 25% on studio class registrations.
Fees and Refunds
Class costs will only be refunded if a program is cancelled. For any other full refund or credit, cancellations must be made no later than two weeks before the program begins. After that time a 25% administrative fee will be charged.