Step by Step: Watercolor with Erica Qualey
October 6 @ 3:30 pm – 5:30 pm EDT
Tuesdays, October 6, Oct. 20, November 3 and 17 from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. on Zoom
Grab your paint brushes and join our watercolor painting group! We will be painting our way through the winter blues. Via Zoom, Erica will lead you through live, interactive watercolor paint-alongs. She will share lots of tips and techniques to help you grow your watercolor skills.
No experience is necessary. Open to all skill levels. During each session, Erica will provide step-by-step instruction on how to paint each beautiful scene in an easy and approachable way.
Prior to the workshop, you will receive
- a pdf of the under drawing which you can trace or use as a guide to draw your own
- a materials list
- a video showing how to get yourself set up and ready to paint.
This class is designed as an ongoing class throughout the fall and winter. It will meet every other week. Participants are asked to commit to 4 session blocks at a time.
Erica Qualey lives in midcoast Maine with her husband and two daughters. She is a landscape painter that works primarily in watercolor and watercolor batik. Leaving her hometown in northern Maine, Erica earned a BFA from Rochester Institute of Technology in New York. She worked as a graphic designer for several years along with teaching design, drawing, and Adobe programs at a small college in New Hampshire. She has since focused on her personal art, exhibiting throughout New England and is represented in private collections around the United States and Canada. She is a member of the New England Watercolor Society and American Watercolor Society and has been published in the 19th edition of Splash, a yearly publication of 125 watercolor paintings from around the world. She currently teaches workshops at the Farnsworth Art Museum in Rockland, and at River Arts in Damariscotta, and has had the privilege of teaching at other art associations such as Haystack Mountain School of Crafts in Deer Isle, Maine. Erica also enjoys working with kids, sometimes working as a visiting artist in schools and running programs through Skidompha Public Library in Damariscotta.
Cost: $144; $120 museum members