March 11 “Saving Your Whites in Watercolor"
Using many examples, Dorian Clouser will show us how to save or reclaim the white of one’s paper. She will base her presentation on the handouts in which she created a list of ways one can save or reclaim white of one's paper while creating a watercolor and a handout compiled with you tube and websites to better peruse masking fluids and mediums. Click on the links to download and print the handouts. If you have trouble, please email Rachel at firstname.lastname@example.org Please bring your copies to the March meeting.
Handout, Saving your whites, RBW 2018, Dorian Clouser,web info.docx
Demo, Saving Your Whites, Dorian Clouser,2.11.2018.docx
Chart, Saving your whites, Demo, Dorian RBW, 2, 2018.docx
Chart, comparing white masking materials, demo, Dorian RBW, 2,2018.docx
Dorian Clouser retired in 2012 from teaching art. She had taught art in public schools for 34 years. She is a teacher of watercolors, past president of Rio Bravo Watercolors, and is active in several art organizations including the Plein Air Painters of El Paso and the Pastel Society. As a member of the Rio Bravo Watercolorists Dorian did a demonstration talk at the International Museum of Art for the month of the annual show, Wonderful World of Water Media. So these handouts are being shared with NMWS membership.