About the Program
Watercolor painting with Megan Klco Kellner
Join painter Megan Klco Kellner and learning to use watercolors to capture light and shadow from life. Watercolor is an ideal portable medium for quickly recording light and color in sketches and small studies. Students will create small-scale paintings from simple still lifes and learn the basics of mixing and applying color with this versatile medium. No experience necessary, beginners encouraged!
About Megan Klco Kellner
Megan Klco Kellner is a Michigan-based painter, poet, and educator. She is a Visiting Professor of Art at Grand Valley State University where she works at cultivating equitable learning environments that grow her students’ creativity. In her own creative work, Megan explores what it means to live consciously through images of her home and family. Her paintings have been exhibited nationally, and her first poetry chapbook won the 2019 Michigan Writers Cooperative press prize. Megan makes paintings that are an expression of both awe and vulnerability. She imagines a world in which we make conscious time for quiet and in which we meet one another’s vulnerability with mutuality and care.