A native Californian, David Savellano is an artist who works primarily en plein air (outdoors), creating watercolor paintings that capture random moments—on the street, in nature, and wherever else his portable easel takes him. “I enjoy working outdoors because it’s unpredictable and lends itself to a kind of spontaneity you just can’t get in a studio,” he says; “When you paint outdoors, you’re completely immersed in the scene—the atmosphere, the mood.”
Although largely self-taught as a watercolor painter, he credits his 30 years as a practicing architect with having given him the drawing skills and strong sense of perspective that have elevated his artwork to a professional level. As his many students will attest, he is also a very skillful and inspirational teacher with a very accessible approach to plein air painting.
Learn more at David Savellano's website
Non Members Fee: $210.00 Members Fee: $150.00
This workshop takes place on:
|Saturday, July 17, 2021 - Sunday, July 18, 2021
21 places available.
|10:00 AM-3:00 PM|
Alternatively, you may download and print out the Registration Form, fill it out and mail it with your check to the name and address printed on the form.