Artist Workshop Watercolor Landscape with Diego Larguia
/// October 14 @ 10:00 am - 1:00 pm
Join teaching artist Diego Larguia to explore watercolor painting in this artist workshop.
Inspired by a selection of 19th Century Landscapes from Ogden Museum’s permanent collection, the day will began with a brief discussion of the landscape works of art featured in the current exhibition, Knowing Who We Are: A 20th Anniversary Exhibition. Following the discussion, Diego Larguia will then demonstrate drawing and watercolor techniques applied to landscape painting. For the remainder of the workshop, participants will produce their own watercolor landscape using a piece from the collection as inspiration.
All workshops are conducted in a friendly and welcoming environment. All materials are provided and all levels are welcomed.
$45 member/ $50 non-memberRegister
Continue the exploration of watercolor painting with a second Artist Workshop: Watercolor Still Lifes with Diego Larguia.
About Diego Larguia
Diego Larguia is a New Orleans based artist and teacher. Working both in watercolor and oils, his representational work extends to still life, figure, portrait and landscape. He has been painting for over 30 years, showing his work in galleries and museums across the south. He studied at the New Orleans Academy of Fine Arts and has taught at this same institution for 20 plus years. Larguia’s work has been featured in various publications including the magazine, “American Artist.” His next exhibition of work will be on view starting November 2023 at Gallery 600 Julia in New Orleans.
/// Event Image: Julian Onderdonk, Bluebonnet Scene with Girl, 1920, Oil on canvas, 30 x 40 inches, Roger Houston Ogden Collection