Mixing colors together is a key part of most painting projects. You want to mix to get just the right shade of green for your leaf, or just the right shade of blue for your water. Sometimes those mixing efforts result in stunning, vibrant colors.
Other times, though, the colors turn muddy. Gray. They lose their vibrancy.
Talented artist Gina Croce will step us through some basics of color theory and demonstrate HOW and WHY this happens. She will then guide you on tips to help your own paintings glow with vibrancy and clean color. Gina will be doing her demonstration in watercolors, but the underlying concept of how color mixing works will apply to nearly all media.
Gina Croce is the past President of the International Watercolor Society of the USA and a signature member of the Rhode Island Watercolor Society. Her National Award Winning work has been shown here in the United States as well as internationally.
Our October 2023 monthly meeting will be held on Tuesday, October 17th, 2023 from 6:30-9pm.
BVAA Open Sky Uxbridge Community Gallery
5 South Main Street
Uxbridge, MA 01569
The space is fully handicapped / disability accessible with no stairs. It is immediately next to a large free parking lot.
This meeting and workshop is free and open to the public. No experience is necessary. The fun of our workshops is that we all try new things we’ve never done before.
Our meetings cover BVAA organization business from 6:30-7:00pm and then go into the workshop part of the evening. Feel free to come for whichever half interests you the most. In general, our monthly meetings are held on the third Tuesday of each month unless otherwise announced.
All are welcome – this workshop is open to BVAA members and non-members. Feel free to bring along a friend! We’d love to see you there to try some new things and explore your creativity!
To learn more about Gina Croce and her art, visit:
Ask with any questions!
Here is the video from this workshop. Thank you again, Gina!
Our meetings are supported in part by grants from the Massachusetts Cultural Council.