MICHELE COOPER, NWWS
Michele Cooper is arecognized artist who has been teaching watercolor painting for nearly twenty years. Her friendly open approach has made her just as popular in her traveling workshops as in her weekly classes. Her unique techniques and philosophy haveopened the gates of watercolor to students of all ages, abilities and nationalities.
As well as being a
gifted and inspiring teacher, Michele's other great asset is a genuine liking
for people, which has made her friends all over the world. Michele has written
two books and produced a series of 19 instructional videos. Her students
saythey have found her books and videos as inspirational as her workshops
and demonstrations. Michele's watercolors have been exhibited in galleries
as far afield as Seattle, Ireland and Kyoto. She is a signature member of
theNorthwest Watercolor Society, Women Painters of Washington, and past (7
years)National President of the National Collage Society.
3 Days, 2 Nights
in Vancouver, B.C.
with Michele Cooper,NWWS
JULY 25, 26 & 27, 2001
Many of you have expressed wishes to go with us to Italy, but life interrupts while you are trying to paint! So I have had quite a few requests to have a "mini workshop" within easy driving distance of the Seattle area.
I have a fantastic location: Vancouver, BC.! Whetheryou are going to Italy and want to practice your on-location/traveling skillswhen you get back to familiar territory or this would be your only splurgefor the Summer, here are some of the preliminary details that I have for you:
Dates: July 25, 26 & 27 (Wed/Thurs/Fri)
Michele's Vancouver, B.C. Watercolor Workshop will stress design, composition, painting techniques, color theory, subject matter choices, and creative approaches. Instructor demonstrations will emphasize the lessons and set the theme. The group will be encouraged to paint as much as possible with an emphasis on each student's personal goals and growth.
Who can enroll in the
Minutes by car to Kitsilano Beach, Queen Elizabeth Park, Van Dusen Botanical Gardens, the Airport, The University of BC and GranvilleIsland.
Since Vancouver, BC. is within a 3 hour drive of Seattle, straight up I-5, English speaking, great exchange rate, and still has that international flavor, this may be a great way to get your watercolor feet wet and enjoy painting all day and being spoiled, too!
much does it cost?
What is included?
About the instructor
Michele is a signature member of the Northwest
Watercolor Society, Women Painters of Washington, past president of the National
Collage Society, and author of "Alaska Journal" and "French Canal Workshop".
Known for painterly locations that inspire and fulfill your creative energies,
her traveling workshops have become the highlight of the year for both students
How do I sign up?
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June 10, 2000 Have you dreamed of painting theFrench countryside, visiting Monet's garden and touring art museums in Paris?Follow this link to see our online journal with photos of students, artwork and special momentsfrom our workshop in 2000.
June 5, 2001 How about a serenade, gliding in a gondola under the stars in Venice, painting the Ponte Vecchio in Florence or driving out from your villa to paint the Tuscan countryside? Follow this link to see highlights of this year's summer watercolor workshop in Italy.
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