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Old 10-21-2005, 12:13 AM
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Re: A Tutored Workshop

Thank you for sharing your tutored workshop, Rod. I am new to WC and can't believe I have missed out all these years. I am a watercolourist so I really appreciate your information.

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Old 08-01-2007, 02:32 PM
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Re: A Tutored Workshop

Thanks, Rod, for being kind enough to take the time and trouble to help out other artist and would be artists in here! I am looking to find a book by Edgar Payne about Composition, as I hear it's one of the best around, though expensive.

I have been blessed to have a teacher at the local senior center who is devoted to teaching art and is a volunteer. The classes are free and all we have to do is provide materials from the list she provides us. She also told me about WetCanvas.com and that's how I came to be HERE.

I took a couple of high priced classes from an artist and she really was NOT a teacher.. excellent artist with lots of knowledge and she shared. Two lessons were quite enough for me! And this web site is my classroom too!

Thanks again... Marge
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Re: A Tutored Workshop

Thanks Rod. This is my first time in Wet Canvas... And since I never took painting lessons(you can imagine what a mess), I know almost nothing about the basics.
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Re: A Tutored Workshop

Thanks for pinning and re-pinning this thread to the board, it's been stuck here since July 20, 2002. the best thing > it's timeless info. and Rod is so cool for doing this.

I'm a little bit late getting here at this late date in 2008, so thanks so much for waiting and you've kept the classroom open with lots of classmates and friends here too.
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Old 06-16-2008, 01:13 PM
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Hi Rod, I am thoroughly enjoying your demos. They are brilliant, and so easy to follow. I am having to slow myself down because I want to do them all. Thank you.
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Old 08-04-2008, 01:50 AM
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Re: A Tutored Workshop

I enjoy workshops as well, very educational. I really like the fundamentals they teach there.

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