Lynda Nolte teaches “Wonders Of Watercolor”

NVAL Carter House Gallery

STARTING OCTOBER 11

 

Lynda Nolte

Class day/time:  Thursdays,  12:30 set-up, 1 – 3pm class instruction

Fee:  $20 per class, payable at NVAL

If you are interested in taking her class, call Lynda at 530-604-5725

Additional info: noltecreations@yahoo.com

Materials List:  lyndanolte.com/workshops

SEE EXAMPLES OF LYNDA’S WORK BELOW

CLASS DESCRIPTION:

Liquid brush strokes move across the paper showing vibrancy, emotion and movement as Lynda shares with us her artful expression. She feels the joy of painting by absorbing energy from the color used, as the pigment makes movement into magic across the surface.  You will see how forgiving watercolor can be when it is allowed to participate and move freely.

Lynda shares how to focus on the atmosphere of a landscape creating minimal composition.

She will also show how to use controlled brush strokes to lift the spirit of the animal and let the personality shine.  

ABOUT LYNDA:

Lynda Nolte studied design and was a ballroom dancer for 20 years. She now uses Watercolor painting to explore ways to share her love of animals and her experience with the outdoors as a Naturalist Park Ranger.

Her home in the forest and surrounding areas allows her unlimited settings which provide motivation for her artwork. 

Her art has been juried into numerous events and awarded both in local and national shows. She is represented at galleries in the area including NVAL Carter House Gallery, Main Street Gallery,  Snyder/Highland Art Center, Main Event Gallery, Red Bluff and Local’s Gallery. 

Lynda has published two books which include her animal paintings and famous quotes describing the love and curiosity for our furry friends. 

She gives painting demonstrations, holds watercolor workshops in the area and weekly Watercolor classes to teach how the fluid brushstrokes of watercolor turn into magic and bring peace and harmony to our lives. 

Artwork by Lynda Nolte
Artwork by Lynda Nolte
Artwork by Lynda Nolte
Artwork by Lynda Nolte