For BEGINNING TO ADVANCED
with Yuki Hall TWSA, OWS, WPA
APRIL 30 – May 1, 2022 9:30 – 4:30 PM
Member: $200 Non-Member: $225
BEGINNER-ADVANCED: This 2-day workshop aims to teach students how to break away from “coloring” and transition to a painterly watercolor style. They will learn to fully exploit the best qualities of the medium, namely, spontaneity, freshness, and fluidity with confident brush strokes. The workshop will focus on four major building blocks of watercolor painting; shape, tonal value, color, and edge quality. Strong emphasis will be placed on the importance of a pre-planning stage.
Materials from provided supply list are required. Class size limited.
2022 Supply List: Yuki Hall April 2022 SUPPLY LIST
Refreshments and light snacks will be provided. Please pack your own lunch for this workshop daily. If you are unable to do so, we can help you order boxed lunches on an individual basis, cash will be required for these transactions.
Yuki Hall is an award-winning watercolor artist who was born and raised in Tokyo, Japan. Her approach to watercolor painting emphasizes simplicity, effective use of tonal value patterns, fluidity and, execution of confident brush strokes. Whatever the subject matter she is painting, Yuki strives to create a sense of atmosphere without being bogged down with unnecessary details.
After leaving her career as a mechanical engineer in 2016, Yuki started her journey with watercolor painting at a local art center. She then further studied the medium with nationally and internationally acclaimed artists such as David Taylor, Alvaro Castagnet, and Eric Wiegardt.
Yuki holds a signature membership to Transparent Watercolor Society of America, Ohio Watercolor Society and, Whiskey Painters of America. Her work has been accepted into prestigious national & international level watercolor juried competitions including the National Watercolor Society Annual Member’s Exhibition, 2018, National Juried Exhibition of Transparent Watercolor Society of America, 2019, 2017 & 2014, and the Watercolor West International Juried Exhibition in 2014, where she won the Founders Award.
Her works also have been published by highly competitive national art/watercolor publications: three consecutive years (2014, 2015 & 2016) in Watercolor Artist Magazine Water media Showcase Winners; and The Best of Watercolor “Splash” by North Light Books in 2015 and 2019.
Yuki is also an avid teacher. Her highly-organized, friendly, and non-intimidating teaching style has been well received for years by students of all levels.