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Make Your Photograph Work for You with Joyce Bell

  • 23 Mar 2023
  • 10:00 AM
  • 24 Mar 2023
  • 4:00 PM
  • The Hawthorn Center, 6175 Sunny Spring, Columbia, MD
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  • Non-Member price
  • Used only by the workshop chair. BWS policy document states the chair attends at no cost to compensate for the work in setting up and running the event.

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Make Your Photograph

Work for You

with

Joyce Bell

March 23rd-24th, 2023

10:00am - 4:00pm

The Hawthorne Center, Columbia MD


Registration: 

Members: January 4, 2023................10:00 a.m. $150

Non-Members: January 18, 2023.........10:00 a.m. $185

Not a member? 

Consider becoming an Associate Member for $30/year. To pay the member fee you must become a member then register for Joyce Bell's class.

FOR ONLINE REGISTRATION VISIT:
www.bws.wildapricot.org and go to Public Events.

Registration Deadline:  

March 15th, unless the program is full prior to this date. 

BWS is pleased to present local artist Joyce Bell teaching us how to work with our photos to create better paintings.

WORKSHOP/PROGRAM DESCRIPTION

Making your photograph work for you!! Let’s take a photograph and play with the lighting to see if we can find a better view. Sometimes a few objects will need to be deleted for the betterment of the painting. There are a number of alternative approaches that can make the painting more exciting. Never forget the negative spaces, sometimes they are more important than the subject. When in doubt remember to refer to the principals of composition and design, that’s where your answers can be found.

RECOMMENDED EXPERIENCE:

All levels (basic knowledge & some previous experiences strongly recommended to benefit from this workshop/program)

All levels are welcome but students should have an understanding of the watercolor medium. 



 














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