Let me help you simplify your watercolor painting approach. Letting go of details, keeping the brushwork loose and watery. I will demonstrate in two ten minute lessons how to paint a chocolate and a vanilla cupcake. The cherry on top of this lesson is that both cupcakes have a cherry on top (wink). I will discuss specific paint color and some sketching tips. Using watercolors to paint food, especially cupcakes is one of my favorite things to paint onto notecards. Join me for the happy subject of cupcakes!
If you're unhappy for any reason, I will give you your money back.
My name is Beth Woessner and I am a working artist who also teaches.
While regularly showing and selling my art at my own Studio, Studio 22 in Tontitown, Ar. You can also find me online at www.bethwoessner.com and the Fayetteville Farmers Market. I was born with a creative itch that I have been scratching my whole life. I am passionate about my never-ending new ideas for life, my art and art business. I am a self taught artist with an insatiable appetite to research and practice until I “figure it out”. My time is immersed in growing my business and spreading the joy behind the paintbrush in my workshops and classes. In watercolor painting and life my days and paintings flow more successfully If I remember to keep it simple and that less is more!