Three Color Watercolor

Juan Peña teaches the magic of watercolor technique in a Yosemite Conservancy art workshop
April 24, 2017 to April 29, 2017

Skilled watercolorist Juan Peña will introduce you to the simplicity of a limited palette in plein air work, making this a valuable experience for all watercolor artists, from beginner to advanced. As the seasons come and go, Yosemite’s incredible beauty unfolds in a shifting panorama of sky and stone. Become a keen observer of this wonderful drama through this transparent watercolor workshop. Open yourself up to nature’s inspiration, and let your painting take on a magic of its own.

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!
Juan Peña Artist Instructor Yosemite Conservancy

Juan Peña

Juan Peña is a watercolorist who enjoys sharing his ideas about painting outdoors and in the wilderness. Mr. Peña has been using and painting with only three colors in each painting since 1968. Through his work he has helped students understand what constitutes the use and make up of colors in watercolor compositions, and looks forward to sharing his favorite 3 colors with his students. Juan is a noted artist who has volunteered with Yosemite Art Center for many seasons.