Artists in Action
Artists travel near and far to attend Palette Productions Pensacola art workshops. Some are eager to train under a renowned artist; others are excited to learn a new technique and explore outside of their creative comfort zones. Many are drawn to the added benefit of Pensacola’s beautiful beaches and everything Pensacola has to offer. All enjoy camaraderie with their fellow artists. This page is dedicated to our artist family, who make every workshop a success. We thank you and look forward to seeing you again! –Pat and Diane
Batik Explored with Kathie George 2022
Kathie George, a batik artist instructor for over 30 years, knows how to coax a new and different skill from the students in her classroom. Artists of all skill levels and mediums participated in this workshop. Everyone completed a painting on the first day using Kathie’s step-by-step process of applying watercolor on ginwashi then layering with wax. Several students in this class tell us that they have taken this technique even further in their home studios.
Acrylic Mixed Media Journey with Joan Fullerton 2022
Joan Fullerton never fails to excite, delight, and entertain all while teaching her intuitive style of non-objective painting. She possesses a teaching style that creates a happy and productive atmosphere. It is not unusual for artists to leave with completed paintings.
Creative and Expressive Watercolors with Sterling Edwards 2022
Throughout his career as a professional artist and workshop teacher, Sterling has focused on helping students become more aware of the importance of painting in an interpretive style rather than simply copying what they see. He will show you easy and effective ways to find suitable subject material, how to build a strong composition, and how to create a piece of art that is different and thought provoking.
“Finding Our Muse” Abstract Painting with Jacqueline Sullilvan 2022
In this workshop, Jacqueline teahes us to explore the idea that the “Muse findsyou working”. Using acrylic paints, collage, and drawing media, we worked in multiples based on specific uidelines and examples. These small paintings served as sketches for larger works.