Richard Stephens

 

March 18th, 19th, and 20th, 2020

This workshop will be held at the Arrowhead Gallery Upstairs Classroom.

The address is 68 E. Tabernacle St., St. George, Utah.

 

Richard Stephens is a native of Hot Springs, Arkansas, and graduated from the University of Central Arkansas in 1969 with a degree in art.

After serving in the Army as an illustrator, he began his commercial art career in 1971 with a design studio in Little Rock. There, he began forming a network of other artists, vendors and suppliers that allowed him to open his own studio in 1974 and has been freelancing out of Hot Springs since that time. After discovering the medium in college he always knew watercolor was his real "calling". Occasionally it would emerge, but he didn't start painting consistently again until 1992.
 

Although recognized for his landscape, architectural and figurative work Stephens feels the real subjects of most of his paintings are his brushwork and the light he tries to capture and amplify through value contrast and an unexpected color pallet. Believing that drawing is the foundation for all good art and design, Stephens often allows his pencil work to show through and become an engaging element in his watercolors.

Stephens says, "My goal is to interpret, not to render. I want to engage the viewer, entertain him and share my vision. When people view my work that is the last step in the painting process. Of course I want people to like my work, but like it or hate it, I don't want them to be indifferent.”

Richard Stephens

 

March 18th, 19th, and 20th, 2020.

9am to 4pm

68 E. Tabernacle St., St. George Utah

At the Arrowhead Gallery Upstairs Classroom.

Fee: $295 for members (non-members $330)

To Attend: Sign Up On-line HERE

 

To see more of Richard Stephens wonderful artwork see his/her website HERE!

 

 

Purchase This Workshop HERE:

 

Full payment for the Workshop must be made when completing the Registration. Only credit cards will be accepted.


 

Your attendance at the workshop is a commitment and cancellations are not possible as DWS is under contract with the Workshop Artist. If you cannot participate in the workshop, your registration can be transferred to another person should you find someone to take your place. The transfer of the class fee is between the two participants. Please notify Bill Sherwin of this change.

 

Workshop times, locations, material lists, etc. are subject to change at any time. If there is not sufficient enrollment, the workshop will be canceled and your money will be refunded. All participants will be notified as soon as possible of the cancellation, change of venue, times or materials list prior to the workshop start date. A wait list will be established if the class has been filled with participants. Please contact Bill Sherwin, Workshop Chairman, at billsherwin@hotmail.com to place your name on this wait list.

Looking forward to seeing you at the Workshop.

Dixie Watercolor Society

Dedicated to Watercolor Painting in Utah's Dixie