Join Dots ‘N Doodles Art Supplies & The Astoria Art Loft
in welcoming watercolor artist Wade Stroud and Cindy Black
for a day of BRUSHO watercolor painting.
10:00 am – 12:00 pm …. Dots ‘N Doodles – demonstration & question and answers
1:00 pm – 3:00 pm …….. Art Loft – Watercolor painting with BRUSHO – $20.00/person
3:00 pm – 6:00 pm …….. The Astoria Art Loft – demonstration & question and answers
sign up by calling 503-325-5081 for the $20.00 2/hour workshop
Ward Jene Stroud
A modern renaissance man…
Some of Ward’s earliest memories are of sitting with his mother, a Yaqui Indian Native, making music and drawing. She would make a small scribble on a piece of paper and
challenge him to “make something” from it. She inspired, through her encouragement of vision and imagination, Ward’s joy and love of art.
“In every moment of our lives, everything we do and who we are is a culmination of what we have experienced. I have assembled some of life’s greatest lessons working as a professional artist, musician, photographer, and dancer. My life’s body of work, lessons, and experiences is the well that I draw from in order to create. It is my “butterfly-chasing, dreamer” journey.
Please join me!” / Ward Jene Stroud
Brusho Crystal Colors are amazingly versatile watercolor ink crystals that can be used in a myriad of different ways. Incredibly vivid, vibrant, and brilliant, they open up a world of possibilities for painters, mixed media artists, and crafters of every level, from student to professional.
Totally intermixable, Brusho Crystal Colors can be used on paper, canvas, or even wood. Sprinkle them directly on a wet substrate and watch intriguing organic patterns appear almost like magic. Or sprinkle Brusho Colors on a wet brush, painting knife, or texture tool to create a variety of gorgeous effects. You can dissolve them in water and apply them with a spray bottle, or add them to wax paste or gel mediums for body. The instructional leaflet shows you all the basics and is sure fuel your drive to experiment.Manufactured in Sheffield, England, for more than 35 years, Brusho Crystal Colors are completely non-toxic and non-hazardous.