Tracy Lewis 2-Day Watercolor Workshop

Jul 2, 2015 by

Tracy Lewis 2-Day Watercolor Workshop

Watercolor Fundamentals and Intro to Color Theory Workshop

with Tracy Lewis at Petroglyphe Gallery for All Ages and Levels

Saturday and Sunday, August 8 and 9, 10 am – 4:30 pm

Tracy Lewis, known for her luminous and stylized watercolors is offering an inspiring 2-day workshop filled with painting demonstrations, watercolor and color theory exercises, individual painting instruction and critiques. Tracy will share with you her techniques for clean and vibrant watercolors including washes, transitions, isolating whites, wet into wet, glazing and more. You’ll also learn how to use hue, value and intensity to bring mood and impact to your paintings. Whether you are new to watercolor or have been painting with mixed results, this class is for you!  Beginners are welcome!

Tracy works primarily in transparent watercolor and is a purest in her approach to the medium. Layering luminous, transparent glazes of pure hue give her work a candy coat of Easter-like color. Her art is fairly realistic with a stylistic twist. Tracy’s teachers have been watercolor geniuses, Gary Pruner and Jeannie Vodden, as evidenced in her strikingly fresh and fluid work.

Art Nouveau, silent movies, flea markets, vintage clothing, Paris, swirly patterns, polka dot, symbolism, animal skulls, flowers, belly dancers, fairy tales and tattoos have all influenced her art.

This workshop is offered indoors at Quarry Hill Studio in Petroglyphe Gallery. The studio holds the resonance of a diversely creative world offered by seasoned artists sharing their process with blossoming students.

Register online at, drop by the gallery or give us a call at 209-286-1387. Petroglyphe offers fine art, jewelry, sculpture, pottery, art glass, cards, prints, Native American flutes and more. Signature gift wrapping is always free. The gallery is located at 8317 Main Street, Mokelumne Hill, CA 95245. Regular gallery hours are Thursday – Saturday 11:30 am – 5:30 pm and Sunday 11:30 – 4:00 pm.

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