Philadelphia Water Color Society
Laurie Goldstein-Warren, the juror of awards for the 122nd International Exhibition of Works on Paper, will demonstrate her technique for pouring paint in watercolors.
This event is free for members and $5 for non-members, but you'll need to register to gain access to this online event.
Blues Guitarist by Laurie Goldstein-Warren (using her poured watercolor technique)
This demonstration will exhibit how Laurie pours a painting. Most watercolorists pour from light to dark, while she finds it easier and more vibrant to pour from dark to light. Therefore, no masking on any painted surface; no faded look when masking is removed! This faded look was the issue Laurie had when she started pouring using conventional techniques. This demonstration will give you the confidence to start pouring paintings which really enhances the beauty of watercolor.
Laurie Goldstein-Warren, the Juror of Awards for our 122nd International Exhibition of Works on Paper, has exhibited her work in the U.S., Japan, Turkey, Canada, Greece and China. She has been published in Watercolor Artist Magazine and in the Splash series of books several times. Her work has recently earned the High Winds Medal Award at the 150th anniversary of the American Watercolor Society Exhibition. Laurie has also been invited to demo and exhibit at the International Watercolour Masters Exhibition in England in 2022.
Laurie has been painting watercolors for the last 22 years. She currently she travels and teaches workshops across the United States. Her recent works focus on cityscapes, portraits and still life, and she continues to experiment with new techniques in watercolor and watercolor/acrylic.
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