Join Madison Woods of Wild Ozark Paleo Paints in this introduction workshop. Learn the joy of smashing rocks and making your own handmade watercolor paints.
An Introduction on Making Handmade Watercolor Paint
Join me for a day of rock-smashing fun! Spend the day making watercolor paints by hand from the rock to the finished paint. If you’d like to be notified of future workshops, join my mailing list and be sure to check off the “Workshops” special interest group.
- When: Saturday June 8, 2019
- Where: Meet at the Wild Ozark gate (I’ll email address to participants)
- What Time: 10 am – 4 pm
- What to Bring: lunch (optional-there is also the cafe in town), water to drink, tick spray
- How Many: open for 5 participants (if all slots fill, I’ll schedule another one soon)
Foraging for Pigments
We’ll collect rocks from the creek and bring them back with us to Kingston Square Arts to process into handmade watercolor paints.
This isn’t meant to be a rigid schedule, but an idea of what sort of things we’ll be doing throughout the day. If foraging or another part of the schedule takes longer, or less time, then we’ll adjust accordingly.
- 10 am: Meet at the gates of Wild Ozark
If you are coming in from farther afield and want a place to stay overnight there are a few local options, but most of the hotels you’ll find are in Eureka Springs or Fayetteville. Both of those cities are about an hour to an hour and a half from Kingston. Eureka Springs is a pretty awesome little town to visit.