Watercolor Camp
18,19,20 OCTOBER

4 pm Central Europe
(10 am New York time)

Register now and get a free checklist
“How to analyze your painting”
3 Days! 3 Paintings! Learn the unique author's approach to plan your work and leverage the areas for improvement

Watercolor Camp is for you if:
✔ You feel that your paintings lack something
✔ You feel stuck on the same level
✔ You strive to raise your artistic voice

✔ You see some areas for improvement but have no idea how to fix it

✔ The result is far from your original intentions
✔ You are not sure when the painting is complete

Program of the Watercolor Camp
Right after the registration, you will receive a welcome video and a bonus gift – a checklist “How to analyze your painting”. Then you’ll be able to take part in 3 live online events. We will start with painting, analyzing our works, and learning how to improve them.

In 3 days, you will learn how to plan a result, use your strengths, and drop unnecessary details.
October 18
4:00 pm CET*
October 18
4:00 pm CET*
Day 1.
Build a plan to make a successful painting
  • Learn to plan the painting process
  • Understand how to get a predictable result
  • Make a “Sweet Duo” painting with Konstantin Sterkhov
October 19
4:00 pm CET*
October 19
4:00 pm CET*

Day 2.

Minimize your efforts by dropping unnecessary details

  • See how to create an illusion of realism without a lot of defining
  • Make a painting "A sailing boat in contrast lights” with Konstantin Sterkhov
  • Learn to get rid of extra details
October 20
4:00 pm CET*
October 20
4:00 pm CET*
Day 3.
When should I stop? Decide when your work is finished

  • Learn to see when to finish working on a painting
  • Portray “A group of people on a beach” with Konstantin Sterkhov
  • Q&A session
  • Bonuses and presents for the participants

* 4:00 pm Central European Time, 2:00 pm (GMT), 3:00 pm (UK), 5:00 pm (MSK), 7:30 pm (India)
What you will achieve
at Watercolor Camp:

  • Train to plan the painting process

  • See how to create an illusion of realism without a lot of defining

  • Learn to make your artwork harmonious and complete

  • Make 3 magnificent paintings

  • Learn how to mix color, make accents, and plan highlights

  • Get useful methods for taking your paintings to a new level

  • Have fun with like-minded people from all over the world

  • Take part in a contest where we will raffle off super prizes
Our Plans
$0,00 $15,00
$6,99 $25,00
Meet your instructor
Konstantin Sterkhov
Do you already have some experience in watercolor painting and want to continue developing your skills?

I’ve been painting for more than 30 years and have 20 years of teaching practice on different continents. I have developed a unique technique that will help you take your artwork to a new level and paint with watercolors more confidently!

Want to learn more? I invite you to take part
in the Watercolor Camp!

See the examples of Konstantin's artwork
How does it work?
Enter your name and email address.
Register here
Get access link
Receive an email (please check spam folders) with details on how to access the lessons. In case of any questions, contact us at info@artefactoschool.online
Participate in the online sessions
In accordance with the program above, you will receive a series of emails with links to take part in online lessons and watch the recordings
Earn bonuses
After each lesson, you will find a small task. Accomplishing it will allow you to earn bonuses - "Articoins"
Earn bonuses
After each video lesson you will find a small task. Accomplishing it will allow you to earn bonuses - "Articoins"

Feedback from our students

Artworks of Konstantin Sterkhov

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