Berkeley Arts Council Announces Water Color Workshop with Tom Lynch

Tom Lynch Workshop, July 2012

The Berkeley Arts Council is pleased to announce a Watercolor Workshop with renowned watercolorist and instructor Tom Lynch on Aug. 12-15 at the Berkeley 2000 Recreation Center in Martinsburg, WV. Tom Lynch is returning to Martinsburg after a successful workshop here last summer. The BAC is very excited to bring this opportunity to our regional artists and to invite artists from outside our area to join us for this excellent workshop. The cost for the four-day workshop is $400 plus food and lodging. Space is limited and participant registration is on a first come, first served basis. For more information or reserve a space in the workshop, please go to the Berkeley Arts Council website at http://www.berkeleyartswv.org/workshops/.

Tom Lynch discusses participant;s work during the 2012 Watercolor Workshop
Tom Lynch discusses participant;s work during the 2012 Watercolor Workshop

Tom Lynch brings to his class the same enthusiasm and energy as seen on his nationally known TV series “Fun with Watercolor” that has been on PBS for the last 20 years. The objectives of this workshop are to show the vast range and flexibility of watercolor. This includes how to put emotion and conviction into painting by exploring, experimenting, and developing the creativity of each individual. Tom makes the process of painting fun, along with sharing his enthusiasm and demonstrating new techniques in an atmosphere that makes the intermediate and advanced painter feel welcome!

Tom Lynch works with Jane Horst during 2012 watercolor workshop
Tom Lynch works with Jane Horst during 2012 watercolor workshop

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