Welcome to my art world.
I am a watercolorist, sketchbook addict, teacher and traveler.
I have loved to create things with my hands as far back as I can remember. I have been a full time artist ever since I realized that I could actually create a life doing what I love. That took some time to learn.
I teach at several art schools and local colleges. I offer watercolor, drawing, and sketchbook classes for adults, children and teens in addition to monthly sketchbook field trips throughout the Seattle area and yearly international sketching workshops. Best. Gig. Ever.
For more information on the courses I am teaching please visit my Workshops page, click on the workshop you are interested in and you will see all the details and registration option. And do feel free to email me for more information.
Lessons are designed to help students gain confidence and experience with developing watercolor and drawing skills and encourage a sketchbook habit. Lessons are tailored to the age, skill level, and goals of each student. I believe that through art and play adults and children alike are able to understand their world and to establish connections to different areas in their life. Through art we are better able to understand and appreciate the world around us. I am passionate about my own work as an artist and I bring that enthusiasm to my teaching.
When I returned home yesterday, I told my husband that your class was the best one I have ever taken. I am very excited. It actually gave me goosebumps! ~ Susan Cook
Knowing we have to grow into the curve of learning and improving is why I keep coming back. I love your class and more importantly I love the way you teach. You are not judgmental, you care and we are fortunate to have you each week. Thank you, Char. ~ Marilyn Scanlon
I'm so glad I took your "Drawing the Masters" class. Looking back at my past work, the current work I'm creating is more accurate and my visual ability has improved. I've been drawing more and now tackling painting again. Thank you!
Welcome to my art world!