Watercolours with Juve Furtado

Watercolours with Juve Furtado

Water has been a hot topic here in the Shuswap with our lake rising to near flooding levels and water boil advisories in our local news, but thankfully, the Blind Bay Hall found a fun way to focus on water…by offering a wonderful watercolour painting workshop!  If you haven’t been to the Blind Bay Hall, the top floor is surrounded with windows to allow great natural light into the hall; awesome for painting and seeing true colours.  The hall’s board invited Juve Furtado, AFCA member of the Canadian Federation of Artists, and award winning watercolorist from Vernon,  to come back and offer a workshop showing participants how to develop his soft autumn scenes using his watercolour pouring techniques.   Juve is not only an artist, but a retired teacher who is more than willing to share all his secrets, and so the students really get a lot of information about watercolour techniques and all their questions answered.  He’s great at critiquing and helping you get to where you want to be with your art piece.  The class was full and a besides going home with some new skills, you get to enjoy some fun time working with fellow artists, be it experienced or beginners, sharing their stories and love of art.  If you would like more information about Juve and his art, visit his website at juvefurtado.com

Here are some photos of the of Juve demonstrating some of his techniques:

And workshop participants having fun painting:


One thought on “Watercolours with Juve Furtado

  1. Enjoyed having the experience of attending a workshop with Juve. Ours was a winter scene. Would love to attend this one but will be out of the area. If you have the chance to attend, you won’t be disappointed.


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