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!!


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.

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. :)


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.

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.