Whether you are a beginner or a seasoned artist, this workshop will explore the fun and free expression watercolor can bring to painting the landscape. John will guide the artist through a brief demo and set up. Instruction will be in working from light to dark, color and control of the water and paint. The workshop will explore using a few brushes to get to most out of the paint. Mostly painting on location instruction on basic understanding of wet into wet techniques are applied. Watercolor can be a challenging medium but with a little understanding, it can be one of the most exciting mediums.
John Clayton is a plein air painter based in Provincetown. He studied in New York at the Art Students League of New York and the National Academy School, where he won the Mrs. Robert Forbes Scholarship, The Arthur & Melville Phillips Scholarship, and an honorable mention from the Academy of Fine Art exhibition in 1998.
He also studied at the Cape Cod School of Art, where he developed an appreciation for the work and teaching of Charles Hawthorne. In 2000 he was featured in the Provincetown Art Association and Museum’s Emerging Artist exhibition, juried by Elisabeth Pearl. Clayton’s work can be found in Provincetown at the Egeli Gallery.