|Promotional Giveaway Materials for Felicia Follum Art+|
Tuesday, January 6, 2015
Thursday, January 1, 2015
|Mini Hena and Watercolor Drawing on ETSY.|
Tuesday, December 30, 2014
For those of you who are unfamiliar with the genera book arts I will write a blog post with the goal of explaining a bit more. I will also share some of my pieces inspired by Islamic culture and architecture.
Saturday, December 20, 2014
|Great Organization and Program|
*In no particular order*
|Beautiful texture and color photo from Brazil.|
Tuesday, December 16, 2014
|Felicia Follum Art+ Artwork in the Kennewick Art Walk at You&I Framing and Gallery|
Thursday, December 11, 2014
5:30pm – 8pm
About the Instructor
|At The Well - Felicia Follum|
Felicia Follum is a watercolor artist and graphic designer. Her work often focuses on cultural diversity, social issues or the mixing of cultures. Her watercolor paintings can be recognized by their bright colors, and bold textures.
Felicia recently moved to the Tri-Cities from Laramie, Wyoming and is excited to become a part of the arts community here.
Though not a traditional art teacher Felicia has experience teaching art to a wide variety of students including at risk teens, adults with disabilities, and young children in the favelas of Brazil as well as women and children in a small village in Haiti. She absolutely loves sharing art with people in a variety of ways.
She is looking forward to meeting you in her next class.
Beginners Watercolor Workshop
This workshop will cover basic watercolor techniques, supplies, and color mixing. We will also discus how watercolor is different from non-water mediums and ways to use this to our advantage so we can resist the urge to fight against it.
|Eden Watercolor - Felicia Follum|
Optional homework will be given to offer the chance to reinforce what we practiced during the workshop and to encourage some review throughout the week.
Supplies - Paper, Paint, Brushes, Other
Saturday, November 1, 2014
Since I've been in the Tri-Cities, I've become an active member of the Urban Sketchers.
The local group meets up at a different location one morning a week and sketches for a few hours. After sketching we meet up and share.
The #UrbanSketchers has been a great way to practice my observational drawing skills while networking with other artists and also offers a way to see more of the new town.
I'll be sharing my sketches on my art page on Facebook page.
Last week we went tothe Kennewick Fire Department and sketched in the garage with the fire trucks.