Sunday, August 11, 2013

Watercolour Art Lesson in the Park with the TAPS Group

The Millennium Park, the most gorgeous setting I've ever had for teaching watercolour. The shade of the pavilion kept the TAP ladies, their two helpers and myself comfortably out of the sun. 

We are surrounded by so many flowers, that the subject of roses cascading over a white fence seemed perfect.

It was a fairly focussed lesson to get a painted card completed in the morning. I am thrilled with each one's result. Have a look below. All are delightfully different.







2 comments:

Laura Leeder said...

Eileen, what a rewarding experience this must have been. What fun to see each unique piece of art created from your lesson.

Win Dinn said...

I was so excited to see this post, Eileen - you've done a marvellous job with this group and the painting results are just delightful!

And how fortunate you all are to have been able to paint in the park - a wonderful setting for such a lesson!