Interplay: Watercolor and Ink

QinQin Liu teaches students to capture the beauty of Yosemite's color and light in this Yosemite Conservancy art workshop.
July 31, 2017 to August 5, 2017

Find a deeper appreciation of Yosemite’s beauty with this late summer workshop. Develop your observation skills as you create a work inspired by the changing colors and play of light on Yosemite’s iconic landscapes. Using pen and ink, watercolor and pencil, acclaimed artist QinQin Liu leads an exploration of contemporary and traditional painting and drawing styles. Novice and experts alike will leave this workshop with a unique creation that translates Yosemite’s stunning natural environments onto paper.

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)
Artist
QinQin Liu, Artist Instructor, Yosemite Conservancy

QinQin Liu

Qinqin Liu is an accomplished artist with more than 25 years of experience painting with watercolor and Chinese ink. She started Chinese ink painting in 1973 in China. She is inspired by Earth’s natural beauty as an environment scientist and a biologist. Liu’s artwork has been exhibited in juried and solo shows in galleries and museums in New York, Minnesota, California and China.