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Painting In Paradise Workshop: Learn To Paint In Exotic Locations
Get ready to head to Rarotonga, in the South Pacific Ocean. The Cook Islands specifically. Here, you'll learn photorealistic watercolor painting and take home souvenirs that you created!
By: Bron Smith
Artists and people who want to become artists will enjoy six unforgettable days of exploring, researching, sketching and painting the flamboyant tropical flowers of Rarotonga, in the South Pacific Ocean.
“The principle island in the Cook Island group, Rarotonga comes into full bloom during November, December and January.,” says Smith “We will be there during prime time to capture the exotic Bougainvilleas and Hibiscus at the height of their bloom.”
Mornings of the workshop will be devoted to painting classes. The afternoons will be filled with excursions around the island. During the classes you will learn the techniques of drawing and painting realistic florals in watercolor. Bron will also show you how to subtly add other mediums to your watercolor painting to greatly enhance the dramatic effect.
If you are looking for an exotic vacation, Painting in Paradise may be your answer. Try to imagine spending time in a beautiful, relaxing spot hidden half way around the world. Then add to your vision learning to paint pictures of this paradise so realistic your family and friends may mistake them for photographs.
About Bron Smith
Bron has spent many years working with watercolors as a fine artist and illustrator. He has taught drawing and painting from elementary school level through college. His workshops have been popular for many years in schools throughout the Pacific Northwest as well as spectacular locations on the Olympic Peninsula.
An avid traveler, Bron has conducted tours as well as taught art workshops. He has sketched and photographed throughout much of the world, including Southeast Asia, Australia, the South Pacific, South America, and all of Western Europe.
He majored in art at Peninsula College in Port Angeles, Washington, then attended the Art Center College of Design in Los Angeles as an illustration major.
He lives with his wife, Jacquie, in Puyallup, Washington. They have two grown sons, Brad and Eric.
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