Friday, February 20, 2009

Watercolor Class - Works in Progress

On the first and third Tuesday of the month, I teach a watercolor class at the beautiful Waimea Plantation Cottages from 9 a.m. to 12 noon. Look at the lovely paintings these students have created of the cottages! It is always a fun class in a very peaceful, colorful environment! Many Mahalos to the staff at the Waimea Plantation Cottages for hosting my classes!!









9 comments:

artangel said...

Marionette this just looks an idyllic way to paint!! Lovely work too - I'm sure your students must be inspired by you and the beautiful location!

Krys Pettit said...

Hello, Marionette and greetings from Florida!!
I loved your class pictures -- thank you for sharing your students' progress. Your work is just visually luscious and so marvelously honors the colors of the area--its a tropical visual journey!

Watercolorist said...

Your students are very talented - a tribute to your teaching.
Jean

Chris said...

Great pics! Wonderful to see all these vibrant, colorful paintings!

Denise said...

What a wonderful life you must have! Doing what you love to do and sharing your talents in a beautiful place like Hawaii! I'm so jealous. :)

Jo Bradford said...

I wish I lived near enought to come to a class, this looks great!

Sharon K. Shubert said...

What a beautiful place to teach art! It's got to be so much fun. :)

Sharon

gianlucio said...

Fantastic this picture, the colors are beautiful, congratulations! I sign this step to see sometimes, you can follow my blog of pictorial art.
Ciao!!!

Ray said...

Marionette's classes are wonderful. My wife and I look forward to them every Kauai trip.

Marionette is an accepting and graciously guiding teacher, no matter what level the student - beginner to expert.

We have taken 8 classes from her so far and we intend to continue. Each class, be it water color, acrylics, silk painting, etc. we have brought home a finished work suitable for display.

We are very grateful that Marionette gives her talent and insights to us and others through her classes.

Also, her classes are a fun way to spend quality time with other travelers and island dwellers.