At this time in our uncertain world, the Bruce Neville watercolor workshop WILL BE happening but with reduced number of students to maintain social distancing. It will be held at the FAA Studio from Oct. 7-9. 2020. Cost for the workshop is $200 for FAA members and $250 for nonmembers, Bruce will give a demo at the Oct meeting on OCT 6. There will be social distancing for both and masks are required. In addition there will be no food at either event due to the coronavirus but you are allowed to bring food and drink only for yourself. If you are interested in the workshop please send a nonrefundable deposit of $40 to Pat Dunker at 30 Innisbrook Close, Xenia, Ohio 45385. The registration form can be found online with the FAA September 2020 newsletter.
IMPORTANT: Pat has recently discovered that some mail doesn’t seem to be arriving either timely or at all. If you have sent registration and a check to Pat for this workshop, please texl her at 937-271-4798 so she can make sure it has arrived. Thank you for your understanding during our changing world.
Bruce Allan Neville born in Rhode Island and studied at the Boston Architectural Center and Wentworth Institute in Boston, Massachusetts. Neville moved to Cincinnati, Ohio in 1960 and graduated from University of Cincinnati in the DAAP program in 1966 receiving a Bachelor of Science in Architecture.
When Bruce retired after 40 years as an architect, his wife Nancy (also an artist) gave him a gift of a watercolor workshop, and he was hooked. Over the years Bruce has taught at Baker Hunt in Covington and has begun giving workshops.
Neville is a signature member of the Ohio Watercolor Society, Associate member of the American Watercolor Society and the Signature member of the Cincinnati Art Club. Neville has won numerous awards and honors including the RAM Richmond Art Museum Award of Excellence, CAC Viewpoint Award, Boston Mills Award of Best in Show and two years Best in Watercolor at Carmel International in Carmel, IN. Neville has extensive teaching experience at college level at the Cincinnati Art Academy and workshops throughout the Midwest. Bruce is interested in mood and atmosphere and says “when you understand the lighting you are able to make drawings with strong contrasts” .Neville’s style and technique was published in the “ The Watercolor Technique of 23 International Artist”. My goal is to develop not a style of painting but a way of thinking, interpret and being creative. Each painting conveys a unique experience leading the viewer into a new way of seeing and understanding my process.