Quick Sketching in Watercolor

Watercolor workshop in Yosemite Valley
October 3, 2014 to October 5, 2014

Autumn in Wawona is an artist’s delight, with stunning foliage colors and low-angled light. All ability levels are invited to join an award-winning artist during this three-day workshop, which includes sketching and watercolor technique. Take a step back in time at the Yosemite Pioneer History Center, where live models in period clothing will inspire your artwork. Each day, you’ll explore a different setting, including Mariposa Grove’s big trees, Wawona Meadow and the shimmering South Fork of the Merced River. Take home your own creative portfolio from a weekend exploring Yosemite’s wonders. This workshop begins Friday morning in Wawona and runs through Sunday afternoon.

Experience package includes camping Oct. 2–6 at Wawona Campground plus entry into Yosemite. Upgrade your package to stay at Wawona Hotel Oct. 2–6. Information about upgrading your package will be available once you have registered. Click here to see a suggested packing list for this program.

Friday, Oct 3 - Sunday, Oct 5, 2015
Wawona Campground
Hiking: Easy; less than a mile each day
Elevation: 4,000'–5,500'
Experience package fee: $199
Leader: Chris Van Winkle
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Chris Van Winkle, Yosemite Conservancy expert artist instructor

Chris Van Winkle

Chris Van Winkle is an award-winning California artist who has served as president of the National Watercolor Society. He was also selected as one of the “top twenty” art instructors by Watercolor Magazine. For the past 30 years, Chris has taught watercolor at Citrus College in Southern California.