Sunday, September 8th. 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.
I am delighted to bring you this workshop where we will learn and taste the nuances of homegrown Arkansas tomatoes while also painting some.
Special guest speaker, Chuck Rutherford who is Beth’s Dad and the president of the Fayetteville Farmers Market is going to bring a variety of his tomatoes for us to taste. He will also share his passion and knowledge for these favorite fruits.
Some of the varieties we will be tasting are: Giant Belgium, Caspian Pink, Brandy Wine, Bumblebee purple, Beefy Boy, Big Boy, and Parks Whopper. I will also be serving a sampling of Gazpacho, a refreshing cold soup made with my Dad’s tomatoes.
Chuck will also have some of his tomatoes for sale if you want to take home a quart or more.
Let’s not forget about watercolor painting too. After the education on tomatoes I will lead you in painting a watercolor of these bright red summer treats.
No experience needed.
I hope you will join me for this creative and educational opportunity with me and my dad.
$45 with student providing their own supplies
$60 includes all supplies to “rent”
$95 Instruction plus a kit to keep with all needed supplies
Registration now open
in this workshop we will:
Learn and taste all about Arkansas tomatoes and practice basic watercolor techniques to create a juicy red tomato painting.
SUPPLIES NEEDED IF BRINGING YOUR OWN
Arches 140# cold press paper 9" x 11" plus a few scraps of Arches for practice
0, 4, 10, 14 round watercolor brush
1" flat watercolor brush
liner watercolor brush (optional)
foam board or gator board, approximately 11" x 14"
meet your instructor -
Beth - Beth is a self taught, full time artist who creates, paints and leads art classes at Studio 22. Painting and being creative makes her heart sing. She is also passionate about passing on the joy behind the paintbrush. She creates a safe and encouraging space to come as you are to build artistic skill and confidence. It inspires her to nurture the creative journey.