Atmospheric Watercolor

Frank Eber teaches students how to use watercolor to create atmospheric landscapes in a Yosemite Conservancy art workshop
March 27, 2017 to April 1, 2017

All art is a journey — let your steps bring you to Yosemite, where a changing panorama of landscapes will engage your senses. Join us for this workshop, where you will use transparent watercolor to create beautiful atmospheric landscapes. Master artist Frank Eber will guide you in the creation of a landscape that reflects the nuances of light, time and season. Painting on-site, you will be inspired by the myriad beauties of Yosemite Valley, as you learn technique from a master of this medium.

This workshop offers an incredible opportunity to learn from a very gifted artist and continue on your own art journey. 

Beginner level: Little to no experience required, recommended ages 16+
Registration: $15 per day per visitor; drop-ins welcome as space is available
Location: Yosemite Art Center; workshops are held outside, weather and medium permitting
Time: 10 am to 2 pm, Monday through Saturday. Please arrive at 9:45 am if you need to purchase supplies at the art center.
Materials: Supplies are not included. However, supplies are available for purchase at the Yosemite Art Center. All purchases benefit the park!
(Lodging arrangements are the responsibility of the participants)
Frank Eber, Yosemite Conservancy Artist Instructor

Frank Eber

Frank is an award-winning watercolor artist and Signature member of the American Watercolor Society (AWS), the National Watercolor Society (NWS) and the Transparent Watercolor Society of America (TWSA). He is also a juried Artist member of the prestigious California Art Club.and has more than 20 years of experience painting with a variety of media. He is currently focusing on watercolor and is known for his loose and magical plein air technique, which imparts a dreamy quality to his paintings.