Teachers

A number of VWS members teach throughout the greater Los Angeles Area. Here is current listing:

David Deyell, AIA Emeritus, retired Member University of California. Watercolor classes; continuous:

City of Agoura Hills Recreation and Events Center
29900 Ladyface Court, Agoura Hills 818.597.7366
Tuesdays 12 noon to 3PM. Verify time and room location when signing up. Classes are continuous, sign up for monthly rates but drop ins are welcome. Beginners welcomed. Download the info sheet: David Deyell Agoura Hills class.

Oak Park Community Center
1000 Kanan Road, Oak Park California – 818.865.9304
Wednesdays 6:30 to 8:30 PM (Homework checked at 6:15 PM)
Classes are continuous, sign up for monthly rates but drop ins are welcome. Beginners welcomed. Download the info sheet: David Deyell Oak Park class.

Procedure for both classes:
Instructor draws and paints a 22″ by 15″ watercolor landscape every class. David talks as he draws and paints, explaining the creation process. Students will be given a handout showing the scene to be turned into a painting. Students provide their own materials and a suggested material list will be given out at signup.

Helene Jukoff teaches a weekly public class on Wednesday Mornings 8:45 – 11:10 am at the LA Parks Wilkinson Center at Vanalden, just south of Nordhoff.  The cost is $5 plus $2 for use of the terrific space. Download their schedule here.

She also does private classes at her home in Northridge between 1-4pm. Please contact info @ valleywatercolorsociety.org to be put in touch with Helen.

Deborah Swan-Mcdonald teaches watercolor at Otis College of Art and Design through the extension program and classes are on Saturday. She also teaches Absolute Beginners Watercolor on Wednesdays and Mixed Water Media on Tuesdays at the Calabasas Senior Center.