21648
Potosi
The Palette of the Ozarks: Watercolors for Beginners
Find your inspiration in the pristine landscapes of the Ozarks as you enjoy daily watercolor lessons, learn the art of sketching and explore nearby museums and geological sites.
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Program No. 21648RJ
Length
5 days
Starts at
599
Getting There
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At a Glance

Get in touch with your inner artist as you spend a relaxing and rejuvenating week in the heart of Missouri’s Ozarks. Under the tutelage of professional art instructors, learn the basic techniques of watercoloring, including brush strokes, texturing and blending. Then, try your hand at painting a portrait, a landscape and a still life painting. Take in the surrounding natural beauty of the nearby lake and woods as you begin to create a sketch book journal and learn the beauty of writing memoirs. At the end of the week, showcase your work for your fellow artists to enjoy.
Activity Level
Easy
Walking up to one mile over uneven terrain.
Small Group
Small Group
Love to learn and explore in a small-group setting? These adventures offer small, personal experiences with groups of 10 to 24 participants.

Best of all, you'll ...

  • Spend an afternoon at the St. Louis Art Museum and join a docent for a comprehensive look at its art collection.
  • Create two watercolor paintings, including a landscape of beautiful Sunnen Lake and its shoreline.
  • Relax during free time activities such as mini golf, nature hikes, archery, boat rides and more.
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Brenda Millard Higdon
Born in the Fredericktown area, Brenda Millard Higdon is a graduate of Southeast Missouri State University. She earned her master’s from William Woods University and taught art in the Rolla/Fort Leonard Wood area for 22 years. She then retired and came home to Fredericktown. Of her love for watercolors, she says, “I'm never quite sure what the results will be when I brush it on the paper. That's why I like it. It's never boring and I'm always learning from it."
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Dillon Charleville
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Brenda Millard Higdon





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