Here is my current library of options for watercolor workshop bookings :)
One of my all time favorites! There is something so meditative about painting galactic skies. A great place for beginners to start practicing watercolor techniques.
A beautiful warm tone desert scene pulling from some hard Utah vibes. Who's been to Arches National Park?
A fun and loose watercolor floral exercise! Some different techniques used here to create this watercolor poppy piece.
A dreamy mountain-y sunset scene teaches you to work in layers and understand the fundamentals of watercolor.
Happy Little Trees
TREE PRACTICE! Everyones favorite ;) This painting helps dive deeper into the practice of painting happy little trees.
Heading out of office for this one! A tropical sunset seascape to enhance those beachin' daydreams.
Play with watercolor leaves and assemble a cute little watercolor wreath. Great for practicing leaves as well as composing a piece.
Paint this urban sunset to learn some fun wet-on-wet cloud techniques! *Pro tip- completing the watercolor galaxy painting first is good practice for using the wet on wet technique this way.
Sunset on the Bay
Play with layers (as usual) as well as some fun water reflections. Palm trees are a bonus. Super beginner friendly!
This is a fun painting to play with different watercolor techniques to create different textures. Also a paper towel cloud technique :)))
Watercolor Florals 101
Let's break down some basic flowers. For this option we will play with creating watercolor roses, black eyed Susan's, tulips, and California poppies.
This fun misty winter forest shows you how to use gravity in your favor while playing with watercolors.
Sunset out West
This fun desert scene is great for more layer practice (can literally never get enough). Also fun to play with cacti and desert plants :)
Just Around The River Bend
This fun river scene shows you some fun water and sky reflection techniques. It really makes you feel powerful when you're literally placing mountains and guiding rivers ;) These are some of my favorite worlds to create.