​​Western Ohio Watercolor Society

Sharon Stolzenberger 

Sharon graduated from the School of the Dayton Art Institute and began her career in art with Gibson Greeting Card Company as an illustrator, then an art director and spent several years in commercial art before going out on my own to sell her paintings at the outdoor art fairs nationally and through other juried exhibitions.

Sharon continues to do a few outdoor  art fairs, however, teaching has become a new direction in her career and teaches mixed media workshops for organizations and is currently an adjunct at Sinclair Community College where she teaches watermedia classes. You can visit her studio at Front Street, Dayton, Ohio or her website at: https://frontstreet.art/collections/sharon-stolzenberger

Yuki holds a signature membership to Transparent Watercolor Society of America, Ohio Watercolor Society and Whiskey Painters of America.  Her work has been accepted into prestigious national & international level watercolor juried competitions including the National Watercolor Society Annual Member’s Exhibition, 2018, National Juried Exhibition of Transparent Watercolor Society of America, 2014, 2017 & 2019, and the Watercolor West International Juried Exhibition in 2014, where she won the Founders Award.

Her works also have been featured in highly competitive national art/watercolor publications: Watercolor Artist Magazine, 2014, 2015, 2016 & 2020; and The Best of Watercolor “Splash 14”, “Splash 20”, Splash 21” & “Splash 22”, 2015 ~ 2021 by North Light Books and Golden Peak Media Fine Art Group.

Yuki is also an avid teacher.  She teaches workshops at various locations in US as well as Europe.    

Yuki lives in Beavercreek, OH with her husband and two daughters.

To see samples of her recent work and her upcoming teaching schedule, visit her website at: www.yukihallfineart.comType your paragraph here.

Yuki will have a brief discussion about using Notan study and will talk about how she choses a reference photo, how to edit and prepare the reference photo and then the actual painting demonstration of a cityscape.

Yuki Hall, TWSA, OWS, WPA: Yuki Hall is an award-winning watercolor artist known for her loose style and impressionistic approach to watercolor painting.  She emphasizes simplicity, effective use of tonal value patterns, fluidity and execution of confident brush strokes.    

After leaving her career as a mechanical engineer in 2006, Yuki started her journey with watercolor painting at a local art center.  She then further studied the medium with nationally and internationally acclaimed artists such as David Taylor (Australia), Eric Wiegardt (USA) and Alvaro Castagnet (Uruguay).

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