Will Daskal - Fine Artist


Will Daskal


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Here's my projected Fall, 2018 teaching schedule



Tannersville, PA

 ALL CLASSES, evenings from 6:30 - 8:30pm!


WATERCOLOR 1:   SEPTEMBER 10, 17, 24; OCT. 1, 8, 15

WATERCOLOR II:  OCT. 22, 29; NOV. 5, 12, 26; DEC. 3

ACRYLICS I:   SEPT. 19, 26; OCT. 3, 10, 17, 24

OIL (ODORLESS):  OCT. 31; NOV. 7, 14, 21, 28; DEC. 5


Contact the College @ (570) 369-1800 directly to register for


Enrich your personal life through acquisition of concrete, useful and creative watercolor painting techniques. Begin with an overview of materials, tools and paints and work towards producing beautiful artwork! Instructor demos and lots of handson practice.


Art Club Presentations Overview:

Will Daskal's painting presentations and painting demonstrations focus on increasing fundamental painting skills in addition to the proper use of the media and materials, while focusing on appropriate compositional design, use of value and color, and how to achieve the effects students desire in their finished pieces. Will focuses on offering sound advice and always demonstrates techniques or principles that apply to the needs of the group.


Fruit & Flowers

Dear Will,

I want to tell you how much I learned on Saturday.  Putting it into practice is another habit I will have to incorporate into painting.  I apologize for asking so many questions because I have asked many painters how to let go of the golden section and detailed painting and get the same answer all the time. Just be yourself.  You gave me the answer I was looking for.  I want to be looser in how I work.  I am at the age of letting go and having fun with the brush instead of being told all the time I need to follow Whitney or Couch or any other famous painter I have on my bookshelf.  Granted they are helpful but I don't want to be them, just me.

Thank you for explaining how simplicity makes it fun.  You showed me ways I never saw before and I was trying to work fast and couldn't since I never saw you work before.  Please accept my apology since you asked where did I hear all these don'ts from.  It just goes to show you even professors are sincere in their teaching but wanting students to paint their way is not necessarily right for the student in that class. 

Thank you so much; I will practice but I so not promise to have a painting finished by the next meeting.



Shadow Bank

Shadow Bank -- Watercolor on Cold-pressed Paper


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