Watercolor


  • Ox-Bow 3435 Rupprecht Way Saugatuck, MI, 49453

PAINTING 606 001, 1 week, 1 credit

This course will focus on the materials and techniques of transparent watercolor. During the morning sessions, students will work from a studio still life and explore a variety of techniques and color schemes. Sessions will be individualized as much as possible to accommodate less experienced students. Afternoons will be devoted to a thematic suite of paintings developed over the course of the week.


False color image of density waves in Saturn's A ring, colored pencil and watercolor on paper, 44” x 57", 2015

False color image of density waves in Saturn's A ring, colored pencil and watercolor on paper, 44” x 57", 2015

Faculty

Carrie Gundersdorf is an artist based in Brooklyn, NY. She has had solo exhibitions at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Julius Caesar Gallery, Shane Campbell Gallery and the Gahlberg Gallery at the College of DuPage. Her work has been in group exhibitions at Mills College Art Museum, Museum of Contemporary Art, Loyola Museum of Art, Gallery 400, Kavi Gupta Gallery, 106 Greene, Regina Rex, La Box, and Marc Foxx. Her work has been discussed in Art Review, Artforum.com, Artnet, Art on Paper, Bad at Sports, Chicago Tribune, and Time Out Chicago. Gundersdorf was the recipient of the Artadia Award and the Bingham Fellowship from the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture. She has a BA from Connecticut College and an MFA from SAIC.