An ONLINE watercolour demonstration with Brittney Tough, CSPWC
February 23, 2021, 6-8 pm EST
This workshop will be offered via Zoom
Do you struggle with making the white areas in your paintings appear white?
Join Brittney Tough as she shows you how to overcome the challenge of creating luminous whites. Though simply leaving unpainted areas in your paintings can add light to your work, so much more can be done with the white elements. Whether it’s florals, fabrics or any other subject, Brittney will show you there is more colour in whites than you think.
In this 2-hour demo Brittney will demonstrate her use of colour and glazing techniques to achieve radiant whites in watercolour paintings. Leave dull whites behind!
Sign up now to reserve a spot to watch Brittney’s demonstration. You can ask questions during the demo using the “Chat” feature on Zoom. Attendees will be given access to a recording of the demonstration to re-watch until March 9, 2021.
Canadian Artist Brittney Tough is an elected member of the Canadian Society of Painters in Watercolour (CSPWC). She is
well known for her vibrant paintings depicting textiles and objects. Brittney is an international award-winning artist who has exhibited work across Canada and the United States. Her work was published in Southwest Art Magazine’s feature article 21 Under 31, The Artist’s Magazine, Watercolour Artist and the Splash hardcover series of the best in contemporary watercolour. Brittney has shown in local, national and international exhibitions and received numerous awards in these competitions. Brittney received a Fine Arts Degree in Painting from Alberta University of the Arts in 2007. She has been teaching art for over 10 years and continues to expand her practice internationally.
Equipment needed for the workshop:
To take part in the Zoom demo, you’ll need a microphone and camera-enabled computer OR an iPad/smart tablet OR a smart phone (Android or iOS) PLUS a robust internet connection.
You’ll also need to download Zoom on your device (free version of Zoom is fine). Please update your Zoom to the latest version.