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Kathleen McElwaine

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Are you interested in taking a watercolor class from Kathleen but you are not ready, Just Yet?
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Intro to Watercolor & Studio with Kathleen

201 Studio Watercolor with Kathleen 5 Mondays in May: May 3, 10, 17, 24, * 2 hours each Monday Mornings 9-11* same class is repeated *2 hours in the Afternoons 1-3 CST This is an and / or times. Many students want to paint the same thing again. Each class is offered on Zoom with Kathleen instructing and using a demo camera called a Ladibug. The experience for each student is an outstanding view. Class Instructor: Kathleen McElwaine Cost 5 classes $250.00 Paid in full at the time of enrollment.

Cost: $ 200.00
Intro to Watercolor with Kathleen Tuesday Mornings May 4, 11, 18, 25, 7, 2021 9:00am - 11:00am Central Time The price of this class includes all the art supplies you will need for the class. 10 Daniel Smith Watercolors in a palette, Pentel water brush, 30 sheets of 100% cotton watercolor paper (Fluid100) and 12 Keep The White Space? painting patterns and then 5 2 hour zoom classes live with Kathleen. All included in the $250.00 the price of the class

Cost: $ 250.00


When Kathleen demonstrates, you feel as if she is demonstrating just for you!

Testimonials from Kathleen's Students:

    • I have always wanted to learn to watercolor paint. After taking a How to Paint with a Water Brush Class with Kathleen and seeing my first painting of bluebonnets, I was proud of my accomplishment and have continued learning from Kathleen. Painting has become an important part of my life.
    • I am mom of 3 children, 2 of them with special needs. My husband gave me a watercolor painting class as a gift. After one class with Kathleen I realized I had denied myself painting time for too many years.  
    • Kathleen teaches the basics. Once I heard her say, "the only difference between a beginner watercolor painter and an experienced one is not being afraid to make a decision about what to do next." After the 4th painting I found myself making decisions on my own. 
    • After learning from Kathleen, I love to paint and I can honestly say I have more patience with myself.
    • I have painted professionally for many years. I hit a slump in my career and needed to a fresh look at my painting time. I had heard about Kathleen's class, the one where everyone paints the same bluebonnet. I took the class and loved the way Kathleen taught everyone. She talked about letting yourself play with the colors and to allow creative time. I realized creative time was just what I needed to add back into my studio painting time. I have never had another slump.