Instructor: Jacqueline Trujillo Registration Closes June 29th We will start the class going over the basics of watercolor. Participants will get the opportunity to start experimenting with the expressive nature of watercolor as well as its versatility. After exploring the abilities and building a skill set, we will strive for a finished product: landscape or seascape. The skills built in the first part of the workshop will allow for a complex palette and successful application. Jacqueline Trujillo received a BA in Art at Southern Utah University and a Master of Fine Arts in Painting and Drawing at Central Washington University. She currently teaches at CWU as an adjunct professor of drawing, painting and art appreciation. She also teaches at Gallery One in Ellensburg as a community art teacher and an instructor for the art after school program. Jaqueline has had the opportunity to showcase her artwork in several places in WA, UT, and SD. Her work includes drawing, painting, and printmaking. Her current body of work is fueled by memory and it’s precarious nature. Workshop is from 9am to 4pm in the Larson Gallery with a lunch break. Class size limited to 25. Materials list provided on registration.