The Mattapoisett Museum is delighted to host a captivating watercolor painting class on June 2, at 6:30 pm. Led by local artist Lana Quann of “The Wandering Brush,” this beginner-friendly workshop offers participants the opportunity to unlock their creativity and create unique, one-of-a-kind paintings.
Whether you’re a novice or have dabbled in watercolor before, Lana Quann will provide step-by-step instructions and helpful techniques to make the art of watercolor more accessible and enjoyable. All necessary materials will be supplied, including a mat for framing your finished piece.
During the class, students can explore, make mistakes and receive hands-on guidance to bring their artwork to life. The session will also include a 15-minute break, giving attendees the chance to BYOB (Bring Your Own Beverage) or enjoy light refreshments.
Lana Quann, a lifelong Southcoast resident, and self-taught watercolor enthusiast, brings her passion and expertise to the workshop. With a background in Art History and years of coursework in various mediums, Lana’s artwork combines simplicity, vibrant colors and a playful approach that blurs the line between craft and fine art. Her creations, inspired by local landscapes and wanderings, can be found at various local retailers, artisan fairs and online platforms.
Don’t miss this exciting opportunity to explore the world of watercolor painting under the guidance of Lana Quann. Please arrive 10 minutes early to ensure a smooth start. Limited spots are available, so early registration is encouraged. Secure your spot and learn more about the event by visiting www.mattapoisettmuseum.org/event-info/watercolor-meadow-for-beginners.