Don Andrews is the author of Interpreting the Figure in Watercolor, Interpreting the Landscape in Watercolor
and Rough Sketches, Short Stories of a Travelling Artist, as well as the video Making Watercolor Glow.
Many landscape paintings benefit from the vitality that figures provide; yet so often we shy away from painting
them. We tell ourselves that we’re not good enough or don’t know enough.
It seems that we all make the same mistakes when attempting to paint figures in our landscape paintings,
and once you know what you’re doing wrong, and how to go about it, you’ll be surprised how quickly you will
become adept at introducing lively, believable figures in your landscapes.
Don's class is geared to artists at all levels. We'll explore a variety of ways to use the human form as an
accent, point of interest or dominant character in any landscape painting.
Don's daily demonstrations will excite and stimulate those artists who are eager to stretch beyond the usual
"landscape paintings" and discover a new expressive paint quality in their work.