It was a very successful Brusho workshop, organized by our local art guild that I'm a member of. It was my first teaching this and was a little nervous only because I wanted everybody to have at least one nice sample to bring home after spending a whole day exploring this new medium. Turns out no worries-everyone had a great time and we learned so many ways to use it from each other. Lots of inventive ideas were played with and each as individual as the person doing it. I just showed them how it works and we spent the morning playing around with it. After lunch I did a couple short demos, including how to mask off tree shapes and create winter birch trees and cardinals, but emphasized it could be any kind of tree or season. One lady did a beautiful fall scene background with birches, and another did just abstract colors behind the trees. Fantastic!
Proud participant with no previous A row of engaged students.
The group and I were also interviewed by the local paper! You can see the article and pictures in the link below: