About the Workshop
Lee Ricks shares his 45 years of experience painting watercolor with students who wish to advance their skills or learn watercolor painting. Students begin with sketches provided by the instructor and will complete two paintings they can be proud of during this fun and informative 2-day workshop.
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When | Saturday & Sunday | February 8-9, 2019
Time | 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. both days
Location | Port Aransas Art Center
Registration | $160 for both days | $150 for Members
Register Online or contact the Art Center to register and pre-pay for this workshop by January 31, 2020.
About Lee Ricks
Lee Ricks is a South Texas artist with a love of the beauty of nature and a respect for and interest in the older things and people that are disappearing daily from our modern world. A native of Pleasanton, Lee is a graduate of the University of Texas at Austin with a B.S. in Art. While there, he was an illustrator and art editor for the Texas Ranger magazine. After 35 years as an independent businessman, in 1993 he turned his full attention to his first love and second career: art.
Watercolor is Lee’s medium of choice and he has over 45 years of experience mastering this difficult mode of painting. Favorite subjects are the old West, Southwest and Mexico landscapes, coastal scenes, and the old colonial buildings of Mexico and Europe. He is a signature member, past president and current treasurer of the Texas Watercolor Society.
Lee’s work is owned by collectors in about half of the 50 states in the United States, including Hawaii and also in Mexico. Over the years, Lee has studied with numerous well known watercolor painters and recently he has traveled and painted in Mexico, France, Italy, Sicily, Portugal, Greece, Croatia and Bermuda. Lee was chosen as the poster artist for the United Way of San Antonio campaigns in 2008 and 2009, he has been published in four national art publications and he has won numerous awards in national competitions. Lee teaches workshops all over central and south Texas.