Friday, April 2, 2010

Some Talented Students


I've been teaching a watercolor class for adults at Crestwood High School in Mountaintop for a number of years, and I wanted to share some of the works in progress. The painting above is by Lisa. She just started this lovely piece in class tonight.


Eleanor is working on a majestic tree.


Here's Mark doing what he does best.


~Melanie's sunflowers~

Finally, this was the beautiful sky this evening overlooking the mountains. What a view!

9 comments:

Marie S said...

Wow Liz, these are very impressive!! What talent. You must be a very good teacher!

blue eyed dragonfly studio said...

The watercolors are lovely, you have some talented students. Mark’s landscape looks so detailed and I love the color of the vase that the sunflowers are in. All of their pieces are beautiful.

Leah's Art Magic said...

Lovely watercolors. Your class is very talented! Thanks for following me. :)

Leah

Riki Schumacher said...

WOW Liz, you are quite a teacher, and they are talented students. Good for you. Thanks for stopping by and saying hi, and I think your two cats qualify for Easter critters!! ha ha. Take care, Riki

Rabbit Hill Primitives said...

All are beautiful, what talent! My favorite is the first one with the bird and blue flowers...just lovely. Hope your Easter was special also. Thanks for visiting my little blog :) Have a wonderful day!! Jenn

Michael Scholl said...

I could use help with watercolor. This might be next on my list.

Lisa said...

I agree with the others, the teacher, drawing out the talent of the artists. I went to a watercolor class many many years ago, and ended up showing the teacher a few things. All so wonderful!

Hands to Work, Hearts to God said...

I enjoyed the photos of the students! You're a great teacher!

Liz Revit said...

Thank you for all of your wonderful and encouraging comments.