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Peter O’Brien Watercolor workshop, Puyallup

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      Posted By: Fredoldfieldcenter

      Peter O'Brien Peter O'Brien Watercolor

      Peter O’Brien Workshops
      Friday and Saturday / 9:30am – 4:30pm
      Sign up for one day or both days!
      $75 per student / per day
      One finished painting a day
      Please bring a sack lunch – coffee and water will be provided
      Students must have their own equipment and supplies
      A supply list will be given upon registration

      O’Brien Workshop Registration
      March 27th & 28th This workshop has been cancelled
      Focus on creating mood and drama in your paintings

      April 10th & 11th
      Limited Palette Paintings. The student will create 2 and 3 color paintings

      May 8th & 9th
      Mountains and Rivers. This class will look at the perspective, shape, and creation of mountains and rivers in landscape works.

      Peter X O’Brien, award-winning watercolor artist, specializing in American Landscape and Cowboy Art as well as Golf Landscapes.

      His travels to working cattle ranches in Arizona, Idaho, New Mexico, Oregon, Washington and Wyoming allow him to capture the essence of the Western American lifestyle. Europe, Canada, and Mexico have inspired his paintings of International landscapes.

      His paintings have been judged “Best of Show” at the Celebration of Western and Wildlife Art Show (twice), the St. Paul Rodeo Wild West Art Show and the Ellensburg National Western Art Show.  His contemporaries (and gallery owners) consider him one of the most talented emerging artists in the United States and Europe.

      At the Fred Oldfield Western Heritage & Art Center

      110 9th Ave SW, Puyallup WA (Red Gate – Washington State Fairgrounds)

      For more information and to sign up please go to

      Registration under Art Classes/Adult Art Workshops

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