This watercolor seminar is designed for absolute beginners as well as for those who have had some
experience painting with watercolor but need a refresher to gain the confidence to start again.
Explore the fall at Björklunden while enjoying this opportunity to learn or re-learn watercolor from
an artist passionate about the medium in a supportive and friendly learning environment. Seminar
participants will explore basic traditional approaches to watercolor painting as well as fresh and
experimental wet-into-wet watercolor techniques. Seminar participants will go home with the skills
and tools to keep on painting.


There is a $35 materials fee for this course added upon registration.


Helen Klebesadel was a tenured member of the Lawrence University faculty, teaching studio art
and gender studies from 1990 to 2000. She has continued to offer her summer Björklunden watercolor
seminars annually since that time. Helen served as director of the University of Wisconsin System Women’s
and Gender Studies Consortium (2000–2018) and as director of the Wisconsin Regional Arts Program
(2013–2017). She is known as an engaging teacher and for her evocative and highly detailed narrative
watercolors. Klebesadel maintains an art studio in Madison, Wis. and exhibits her paintings nationally
and internationally. She has been invited to teach watercolor and creativity workshops from Texas to
Alaska. Klebesadel is proud to be a past member of the Wisconsin Arts Board and a past-president of
the national Women’s Caucus for Art. Learn more about her artwork and exhibition schedule at
www.klebesadel.com.

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Date: 
Sunday, October 4, 2020 to Friday, October 9, 2020
Fee(s): 
$950 - Double; $1,230 - Single; $475 - Commuter
Topic(s): 
Art & Art History