Russell Jewell is available for various workshop opportunities at beginner, intermediate levels and beyond including:

                                                                       Plein Air Painting

                                                                          Studio Painting   

Contact Russell Jewell ( for prices and availability.




Painting In Olmsted Plein Air Atlanta April 28 - May 5 Atlanta, Ga

Painting in South Carolina Watermedia Paint Out Newberry, SC May 18

Painting in South Carolina Watermdia Paint Out Brookgreen Gardens Garden City, SC May 25

Painting in Fingerlakes Plein Air New York June 4-9

Two man show at The Wells Gallery Kiawah Island, SC July 4-6

Painting Workshop Blue Ridge Arts Council in Seneca, SC August 1-2

Artist in Residence at The Reserve in Pickens, SC September 9-15

Invited Artist showing at the Anderson Arts Center Anderson, SC during November 2019

Painting in Plein Air Easton! Easton, Md July 10 - 21

Watercolor Workshop Chapin Arts Chapin, SC Feburary 8-9 2019

Plein Air Demo SC Watermedia Conference Nov. 9, 2019 9:00am Florence, SC

Greenville County Art Museum SC Art Educators Workshop on Yupo Nov. 22, 2019

Workshops 2020 (Canceled)

April 3rd and 4th 2020 Crooked Creek Art League Lexington, SC

April 13th 6:30pm presentation on perspective Anderson Arts Center Anderson, SC

Artist's Week Sea View Inn Pawleys Island, SC Oct. 23- 30 2020




Below is Russell Jewell's CURRICULUM CHALLENGE for his popular watercolor workshops:

This workshop is meant to give participants not only mental information but multiple physical and visual problem-solving approaches

that can be applied to the watercolor process.  Jewell will teach you how to see into the future of your watercolor painting before you paint it,

thus, allowing you to see the target painting you desire and the confidence to go for it.  Russell Jewell's primary medium is watercolor but his

techniques come from his doctorate in art education and 30 years of teaching his trial and error approach.  Jewell's self-criticism workshop

      is geared towards independent personal development;  it is open to all levels of artists.  Participants will learn how to become their own best critic.

Regardless of what level your art might be, you will see your art in a different light - a light that will allow you to see further down your own

path to success.