Class and Workshop Schedule

At Gallery: Painting a Cardinal in Watercolor with Bivenne Harvey Staiger


Learn how to successfully paint a cardinal in its natural setting in watercolor. Instructor demonstrates each stage of the painting process and gives plenty of individual attention. Many exciting watercolor painting techniques are demonstrated and discussed. An ability to create a contour (outline) drawing from a reference provided by the instructor is very helpful but not necessary. Student may also use their own reference. Material list available upon registration.

Date:  Sunday, March 6, 2022

Time: 12:30-4:30pm

Cost:  $75, Members save $7

Teaching Artist Bivenne Harvey Staiger is known for her colorful, dramatic watercolors of natural motifs she loves, like birds, other animals and flowers, and is the recipient of many prestigious awards. Among the most recent is the Silver Medal from the American Watercolor Society’s 152nd International Exhibition (2019). She is professionally affiliated with many art groups, including but not limited to the Salmagundi Club, American Artists’ Professional League, Academic Artists Association, Connecticut Academy of Fine Artists, Connecticut Watercolor Society, and many others. Bivenne regularly gives instruction, demonstrations and workshops in watercolor, and in fact has an upcoming weekend workshop, focusing on painting flowers in watercolor, at Yale Peabody Museum in August. At least two major solo exhibitions and a few group exhibitions featuring her work, including Spectrum Gallery in Centerbrook, Connecticut, are scheduled for this year.

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