Instructor: Tim Saternow
Monday - Friday
July 15 - 19
1pm - 4pm
The PROCESS of building a good watercolor painting is with strong composition and clear sense of light and aa strong focal point. Tim will explain his ‘grisaille’ value technique and how to ‘deconstruct’ a painting with thrown water, spatters, runs and blooms. This is Not a class about duplicating a research photo but using that as a starting point to explore the painting itself. Tim will discuss preparing a value sketch of your research, correct linear perspective and the range of counter-points to build a beautiful watercolor painting. Tim will be doing continuous demonstrations and offer each student individual attention and instruction.
*Open to intermediate and advanced painters
Tim Saternow, AWS, is an American watercolor painter who explores urban industrial cityscapes. His work has been exhibited throughout the US and Internationally, and has appeared in Watercolor Artist, The Art of Watercolour Magazine, American Artist Water Color Magazine; and the books Art Journey America, and Splash: 12, 13, 18 & 20: The Best of Watercolor. As a teacher,Saternow taught at the Art Students League, NYC, and Theater Design and Art Direction for Film at the University of Connecticut and Carnegie-Mellon University. He has also taught numerous painting, drawing, linear perspective workshops, and master classes in watercolor throughout New York City and across the country. Saternow received his MFA from the Yale School of Drama, and is a Signature Member of the American Watercolor Society, Elected Member of the Allied Artists of America, a Signature Artist of the Hudson Valley Art Association. Tim is also a Board Member of The American Watercolor Society. Saternow is currently represented by the Kobalt Gallery, Provincetown, Mass.