Geometric Watercolor Tapestries

with Lexisworks

Event Category

Arts & DIY

Event Overview

You will create a brilliant painting full of your own unique marks as you dive into the magical medium of watercolor. Using our brushes to create various shapes, we will play with color and pattern building depth through layered paint. Whatever you are inspired by, boho, ethnic, tribal, native, Indian, Moroccan, when pulled together, you will have a finished vibrant painting reminiscent of this inspiration.

“What would happen if I do this…?” will be our guide in our practice, as we will let go of the inner critic and allow ourselves to be present in our explorations.

You are encouraged to bring color and pattern inspirations to class to find your own personal style. While supplies are provided, you are welcome to bring your own as an additional resource.

Your investment includes:

- 3 hour workshop with demos and play time
- An intimate experience making art
- Use of provided brushes and tube watercolors in a custom chosen palette
- Create on two 6x18 inch long cold press watercolor papers
- Explore pattern and texture in watercolor
- Learn about my watercolor practice
- Discover your own style
- Understand the basics of color
- Open to all levels, ages 16 and up. No experience necessary

Investment: $65 + $15 supply fee =$80

What's Provided

Use of provided brushes and tube watercolors in a custom chosen paletteCreate on two 6x18 inch long cold press watercolor papers

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I’m Lexis Calista Krieg and I’ve created my entire life. I am a freelance creator specializing in mixed media paintings, illustration and design. I create with acrylic paint, watercolor, pen and ink, collage and lots of other mark making tools. Colorful Colorado became my home over 10 years ago and I've been inspired by the ever-present Rocky Mountains ever since.