As the weather on Saturday rained out a lot of events, art enthusiasts made their way to the National Gallery for a special class about watercolours.
The class was taught by art teacher Lois Brezinski, who taught the class by using a projector over her work explaining her steps one by one. Demonstrating her techniques from the use of sponges, color mixing out of the eight colours provided at the workshop. An infinite amount of new colours can be created.
“They came here because it’s hard, it’s difficult for a lot of people and it’s easier when they see somebody do it in person, a real life demonstration and talk about it, so I am hoping that they have learned not to be afraid of water, not to be afraid of the paper and not to be afraid of mixing color,” said art teacher, Lois Brezinski.
“As an artist you never stop learning, you consistently growing and growing and coming to these workshops keeps your mind stimulated all times,” said artist, Joseph Betty.
The current exhibition at the national gallery are watercolour paintings of landscape, seascapes and architectural studies of artists from the Cayman Islands.