Watercolor Waterfalls with Betty Bea Washburn, Saturday, June 22, 10am-3pm
The waterfalls of the Upper Peninsula of Michigan are considered among the most beautiful in the nation. This workshop features the intuitive methods of floating and pouring for a free-flowing watercolor experience.
Date: June 22, 2019, 10am-3pm
Instructor: Betty Bea Washburn
Betty Bea Washburn is a graduate of the College of Wooster, Wooster Ohio with a Bachelors of Arts Degree in Art and Education and Western Michigan University with a Masters degree in Education. She is a retired public school art teacher, a veteran of thirty-three years. Betty Bea began painting professionally in 1979 and has paintings placed in both public and private domains. Most notably her work comprises the entire collection of the Southwestern Michigan Rehabilitation Center in Battle Creek, Michigan, seventy paintings and a mural. Thirty paintings are part of the permanent collection of Oaklawn Hospital in Marshall, Michigan. Betty Bea enjoys sharing her watercolor experience with adult students while continuing to paint for galley collections.
Betty Bea states, “My goal is to infuse the paintings with energy the remains within the work long after the brush had been lifted from the paper.”