Autumn in the mountains can be wild, rugged, remote, quiet. In these still places, after the rush of summer, we can find changing light, shifting energy and sparks of magic.
Join local artist Nikki Frumkin — well-known for her watercolor mountain paintings on her website and Instagram Drawn to High Places – at the North Cascades Environmental Learning Center for a two-part watercolor and ink workshop to capture some of these wild Cascadian landscapes on paper.
Winter in the mountains can be remote, quiet, introspective and inspirational. In these still places at higher elevations, we find light, energy and sparks of ephemeral magic. Join local artist Nikki Frumkin — well-known for her watercolor mountain paintings – for a two-part watercolor and ink workshop to capture some of these wild, winter landscapes on paper.
This workshop is designed for the beginner and seasoned painter alike and everyone will have the opportunity to create their own plein air paintings. Bring reference photos of your favorite landscapes and mountains, or simply use the spectacular surroundings of the Diablo Lake neighborhood in North Cascades National Park as creative juice for your own work over the weekend. As we paint, there will opportunities to talk about creative voice, technique, process, art as a business, sharing art on social media and more.
Let's get together to hang out and paint. Tickets here.
I will guide you through replicating a starry night Mount Rainier painting step by step. This workshop is great if you want to go home with a finished Mount Rainier painting that you have made your own. You will surprise yourself by the artwork you created!