Watercolor Workshop in Tok in May?

Please contact Sharon Young if you are interested in the following:

Sharon Young is trying to get the word out about the 3 day watercolor workshop that is scheduled for May 21-23 with Fairbanks artist Vladimir Zhikhartsev, here in Tok.

She took a class from Vladimir in Fairbanks in February ,and says he is an excellent instructor as well as a great artist.

She is excited about the prospect of having something like this right here in Tok. He’s offered to do a 3 day workshop, although he said it’s ok if folks come for less if they can’t do the whole three days. He would charge $210 for the whole 3 days, and $70/day for less time. We need a guarantee of 4 people to make the class.

Duck Flats Valdez

Duck Flats Valdez by Vladimir Zhikhartsev

If you don’t already have your paints he also sent a link where you can order the kind of paints he prefers for a good sales price. The company is Daniel Smith and they have a 24 color set ($99 value) on sale for only $34.95. Pretty good deal.  You might want to check around their site too for brushes and paper, although you could probably pick up what you need at Michael’s in Fairbanks, pretty easily.

Materials List

Recommended Material List
for Vladimir’s Watercolor Workshop May 21;22;23, 2010 in Tok, Alaska

“ Yarka “ Watercolor Professional(Original ) Set of 24 ONLY




( FREE SHIPPING on orders over $300.00 – good for group order) and/or your personal favorites.

Brushes: 3/4-1″ sabeline or blend one-stroke flat; #8 pointed round; 2″ flat wash; 1/2″ stiff bristle or scrubbing set; #4 or #6 or small rigger for details.2

2 -3 full sheets of 140# or 300#( more expensive ) cold-press watercolor paper, block, or pad (Arches, Fabriano or Canson); cut 11″x14″ or larger

White watercolor palette– 12″ or larger.

Twowater containers;

Tissue or paper towels,

Pocket knife, HB drawing pencil, white plastic eraser,

Sketch pad, small natural sponge, spray bottle,

Artist or masking tape

Any reference photographs

Please contact Sharon Young if you are interested!

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