Spring Florals – This class will work from a floral still life. The class will start with a demonstration after which participants will work on their own, with ongoing input from Maryann. The goal will be to keep the spring colors fresh and light. This workshop will explore spring greens and pastels for painting florals. You will paint in your own style, anything from realism to wild abstract.
Mary Ann Heinzen teaches by demonstration and a variety of exercises, designed to explore the delights and potentials of the watercolor. Beginners are welcome. While basics such as drawing skills, design and composition are always included; the emphasis will be on enjoying this exciting medium.
The Art Loft provides a limited amount of beginner watercolor materials for your use. However, participants are encouraged to bring their own watercolor supplies if they have some at home.
About the Artist
Originally from Long Island, is now a full-time Maine resident, working primarily in watercolor. Ms. Heinzen had the opportunity to study with a number of wonderful artists including Edgar Whitney, Mario Cooper and her first watercolor instructor, Yukio Tashiro.
Ms. Heinzen exhibits, instructs and demonstrates watercolor both in workshops and plein air. She has served as juror for many art leagues in the New York, Long Island region.
As an exhibitor, Ms. Heinzen has received awards from many organizations. They include the Northeast Watercolor Society, the Long Island Museum, the Salmagundi Club in Manhattan, the Roslyn and Nassau County Museum of Art, National Association of Women Artists and the National Art League in Douglaston, New York. Having vacationed in the mid-coast Maine region for decades, Mary Ann Heinzen is delighted to be here year-round, exploring and painting the wealth of subjects Maine offers.