Sept 7 Wet into Wet (watercolor) w/ Evelyn Bernal

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Wet into Wet (watercolor)
w/ Evelyn Bernal

Sept 7  Wet into Wet (watercolor)  w/ Evelyn Bernal



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Wet into Wet (watercolor)

Instructor: Evelyn Bernal

Day: Saturday, September 7th

Time: 9:30-3:30

Price: Members $95 | Non-Members $125

Open to all levels

Join award-winning artist Evelyn Bernal for this exciting “Wet into Wet” watercolor workshop. This day will focus on water and the landscape. Evelyn will discuss how water and pigment move with a focus on using wet into wet techniques. The morning will consist of demos, exercises and ultimately painting waterfalls. The afternoon will be focused on painting the landscape and trees with continued demo and instruction on allowing the paint and water to move freely.



  • Paint (watercolor paint in tubes): Suggested a minimum of a red, blue, and yellow plus any colors you have
  • Palette; or tray
  • Brushes; large round and any other large brushes you have
  • Spray bottle; MUST have adjustable nozzle. Medium size is best.
  • Paper; 2 full size (22×30) recommended to allow for exercises and paintings (Quality artist grade 140#CP watercolor paper/ I use Fabriano Artistico)
  • Roll of paper towels


Artist Statement-

“As far as I can remember color has fascinated and affected me deeply.

This may be because I have been exposed to its vibrancy since a very early age. I was born and raised in the Dominican Republic where explosions of color happen everywhere you look under the intense Caribbean light.

Flowers were my first inspiration, not only because their wonderful colors,  but also for their symbolic appeal. They carry the promise of life. I also love to paint forests, waterfalls and landscapes. They express nature’s mysteries and it is their quiet sacredness that I try to capture in my paintings. When I visit unspoiled places I embrace the visual as well as the spiritual and it is my hope that I can transmit their power and magical energy through my work.

I have lived about 40 years in the US. It is my pleasure to call New England my home.”

-Evelyn Bernal

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