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Watercolor and Negative Painting with Jennifer Stone

  • 19 Oct 2022
  • 21 Oct 2022
  • 3 sessions
  • 19 Oct 2022, 9:00 AM 4:00 PM (CDT)
  • 20 Oct 2022, 9:00 AM 4:00 PM (CDT)
  • 21 Oct 2022, 9:00 AM 4:00 PM (CDT)
  • Duluth Art Institute Lincoln Park Building
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Watercolor and Negative Painting with Jennifer Stone


October 19, 20, & 21


DAI Lincoln Park Building

2229 W. 2nd St.

$325 ($390 Non-Member)

Explore new ways of painting to create depth and intrigue. Using a variety of unique props provided by the instructor, students will learn the process of painting roses. This process can be applied to a variety of subject matter, making your pieces truly one of a kind. 

An award winning artist, Jennifer Stone has been painting for over 25 years. Her expressions are primarily water media and feature unconventional methods to enhance design, color, and texture. The art she creates is typically abstracted, or non-representational and reflects Jennifer’s own unique interpretation of our world.

Jennifer’s singular style has earned her numerous awards and countless admirers. Her accolades include both state and national titles, with her work displayed in private and corporate collections internationally.


*1 full sheet of Arches #300 cold press watercolor paper *support board for a 1/4 or 1/2 sheet *watercolor palette filled with your colors *tube watercolors, artist grade. These will be used for pouring watercolor, so at least bring the primary colors so you can mix if you wish.

*water soluble watercolor pencils AND a white pencil *Caran d’ache water soluble crayons (opt) *Brushes bring your favorites but include:

*Flats: 1/2 in, 1 in, 2 1/2 in and a 3-4 inch (not hake)

*Rounds: 14, 10, 6

*1 small plastic cup

*pencil and kneaded eraser


*water containers

*pop up kleenex

*old hand towel and a bath size towel

*fine grit sandpaper 1/2 sheet. I use a #60 *workable fixative *hair dryer to speed up process *any other tools you wish to bring along

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