VIRGINIA
BEACH
WATERCOLOR
GROUP

Upcoming Events

Beginner's Watercolor Class - Japanese Garden Flowers/Landscapes

Beginner's Watercolor Class - Japanese Garden Flowers/Landscapes

Saturday 04 May
General Booth Blvd., Virginia Beach - 10am - 2 Hours
Morgan Graham
Are you wanting to learn more about Watercolor painting? Then join this small class hosted by a professional instructor, specifically designed to assist beginners.

You will learn fundamental watercolor techniques, color theory, how to mix paint and then turn your knowledge into a stunning piece of paper art.
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$43      
ABOUT VIRGINIA
BEACH
WATERCOLOR
GROUP
Come along to our meetups to improve your art in a relaxed and social atmosphere and under the guidance of a professional instructor. Complete beginners to experienced artists all welcome.

Our 2 hour meetups are held in a different location each time, usually outdoors.

Bring your own materials. If you are a complete beginner all you need to start is a set of watercolour paints, brushes, and water container.

Who can attend? Open to all skill levels, from beginners to experienced artists. The instructor is there to help everyone.

The meeting point and full details for the day are sent in the booking confirmation email to the email address you provide at time of booking.

Join the Virginia Beach Watercolor Group on Facebook to share your art and enjoy the art of other locals.
ARTISTS
Morgan Graham
Morgan Graham is a current U.S. service member who is also pursuing an art degree. She has created art her entire life and has dabbled in almost every single 2D art medium. She has also student taught from pre-K through high school.

Morgan Graham is available for private bookings

Available weekdays after 5PM EST.
Available weekends anytime.
Tutoring, portraits, and events.

PHOTOS
Virginia Beach Watercolor Group
2024-04-13
Title or Location: Peek-a-Boo
Spring is in the air. I have recently been doing some daffodil paintings. For this painting I did a wash and instantly saw the potential for more daffodils and space for the lamb peeking through them. One of my former instructors always said, ?Listen to your painting.? This is exactly what I did here. Possibly, the idea of a lamb was inspired by the season of Easter as well.
Credit: Joan Willoughby

Denver Watercolor Group
2024-04-18
Title or Location: Na
This is the first page in my newest watercolor sketchbook. It's an image I created from multiple years of beach going and what I imagined I would look like sitting waiting for the fish.
Credit: Richard Fuchs
Nottingham Watercolour Group
2024-04-18
Title or Location: At a local Art group
This is a watercolour of my eldest son's dog Rousty, when he came to visit last Easter. Its the first time I've painted a pet I'm quite pleased with it.
Credit: Violingill

Dallas Watercolor Group
2024-04-18
Title or Location: Trinity River Audubon Center
This painting was inspired on one of the many beautiful trails at the Trinity River Audubon Center. I recently joined a Dallas Plein Air painting group and this was my first outing. Mesmerized by the morning sun. Inundated by the sounds of nature. It was a blissful experience. It had been so long since I had been with nature and admittedly caught the plain air bug. There was a unifying experience as nature never stopped all around me and neither did I!
Credit: Andrews Art
Facebook: Andrews Art
Instagram: Andrews Art

Atlanta Watercolor Group
2024-04-17
Title or Location:
I chose this picture as it was very challenging to achieve the effect of peels!
Credit: Leena
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ThemeWorksArt
Phoenix Watercolor Group
2024-04-17
Title or Location: Scottsdale Arizona
I work in sketchbooks 98 of the time with my favorite pens. I prefer to draw live rather than from photos, so at night I find my characters on TV. Watercolor or other mixed media may find its way into the drawing, depending on which sketchbook I used. This was drawn in a Strathmore 500 series mixed media softcover book. The paper takes mixed media extremely well.
Credit: Donna McMenamin
Facebook: Donna Campbell McMenamin
Instagram: @thedonnadiva

Houston Watercolor Group
2024-04-17
Title or Location: Fort Bend County Texas. This fence post stands next to a gate on a friends ranch, just off of Hwy 59 S.
On February 3rd of this year (2024), I was at my music duet partners ranch near Beasley and Rosenberg Texas, just off of Hwy 59 S. We often times go out to the country to rehearse our music when the weather is nice. I?ve driven through the gate and past this post many times before but on this particular day, the sun was shining just so perfectly and the old, rusty, broken chain really captured my attention. I jumped out of the truck and snapped a few photos, knowing I would eventually paint this
Credit: Kim Solem
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/kim.solem.54?mibextid=kFxxJD
Instagram: Kimsolem616
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