Are you excited about working with watercolors?

  • Do you love the look of soft and colorful florals?

  • Would you love to learn how to create your own whimsical floral paintings?

  • Are you looking for an inexpensive, creative and very relaxing outlet?

  • Would you love an art form that's easily portable?

You've probably figured out that watercolors are a great way to be creative without too much fuss.

In this workshop, students are guided step by step, through the process of creating beautiful flowers, stems and leaves which can be used in a variety of ways to paint vases, wreaths or whole gardens of gorgeousness.

What will you create once you have the skills?

Why Should I Take This Workshop?

  • It’s clear, concise and fun! You’ll have immediate results.

  • The materials are easily obtained and fairly inexpensive.

  • With a little practice, you’ll be creating beautiful paintings in no time.

This workshop is for anyone who loves watercolors and wants to learn a new skill or advance existing skills.

Meet Your Instructor

  • Janet Metzger


    Janet Metzger

    Hello, I'm Janet Metzger and I am a self-taught artist and a maker of beautiful things. I spend my days in my little home studio surrounded by watercolors, acrylics and oil paints, canvas boards and buckets of brushes and tons of German Glass glitter. My favorite creative thing to do is share what I have learned with as many folks as I can. My teaching goal is to have my students become even better painters than me.


  • What if I’m not an artist?

    No problem! Anyone can learn this skill.

  • Can I use any Kind of paints?

    You can use an inexpensive set of watercolor paints with no problem. A full list of supplies is included in the workshop.

  • How long will it take to create a finished piece?

    Watercolors dry fairly quickly. You can easily create a finished piece in a couple of hours.

  • What is the number one thing you would recommend for this workshop?

    Relax and enjoy the process. Practicing the brush strokes on a page first will help you when you go to create an art piece.

  • What if I need help?

    Once you register for a workshop, you will be invited to a private Facebook page for students, where we offer trouble shooting solutions and support. You can also email us at