A painter’s painter, Frank Eber works in a direct, loose style influenced by the Old World masters. Typical in his art are color mixes and light that evoke nostalgia while remaining absolutely in the present. Frank’s watercolor workshops reach beyond technique, encouraging individual expression and observing the elusive balance of forces that create beauty in painting. The techniques you will learn in Frank’s workshops transcend the watercolor medium, as they are applicable to oils, acrylics, tempera, pastels, etc…
Please contact me for information and scheduling workshops, demonstrations, or lectures.
May 2-3 “Drawing and Painting the Face”, a workshop at Schroeder Studio, Orange CA. This is my second ever portrait workshop. Contact Judy Schroeder (firstname.lastname@example.org). Class filled. Wait list only.
May 23–26 Workshop at Studio Gallery 1311, LaCrosse, WI. Contact Bob Witte (email@example.com) or the Gallery (firstname.lastname@example.org). Class filled. Wait list only.
June 12–16 Workshop at the Baltimore Watercolor Society, Baltimore, MD. Contact Sharon Green of BWS (email@example.com) for more information.
July 21–24 Plein air workshop at Whidbey Island, WA. Click here to register. 3 spots left!
August 14–18 Workshop at Madeleine Island, WI. Contact Julie Gestner (firstname.lastname@example.org) or call 715-747-2054.
September 6–9 Workshop at Creative Arts Center, Cape Cod, MA. Contact Angela Zoni Maul, Executive Director, (email@example.com) or call 508-945-3583. Click here to register.
September 16–26 Workshop in Tuscany, Italy. Back by popular demand! Contact Paula Sullivan of Abbondanza Toscana (firstname.lastname@example.org). Click here for more information. Class filled. Wait list only.
October 16–20 Workshop at Potomac Watercolor Society. Contact Tammy Wiedenhaefer of PWS (email@example.com) for more information.
November 10–12 Workshop at SLOMA (San Luis Obispo Museum of Art). Click here for more information.
September 2–9 Painting in the French Alps! You’ve “done” Paris and Provence and the Dordogne, how about the French Alps? Click here for more information. This is a small class setting, which I enjoy very much, with a very involved organizer. Please register early!