Buffy Michelle Kaufman
Born and raised in Southern California, I grew up surrounded by artisans; Grandpa Samuel a woodworker, my Dad Michael a bow maker, and Uncle Patrick a flint knapper. Each working by hand with nature. I strive to capture that grit in my watercolors. You’ll find me chasing inspiration, camera in hand, then back to the studio, brush and paint to paper. By faith I follow this sunlit path, being sure to give thanks along the way.
Fallbrook School of the Arts Staff Instructor
Louisiana Watercolor Society (Active 2)
Peerless Watercolor Brand Ambassador
KingArt Content Contributor
Louisiana Watercolor Society's 50th Annual International Exhibition | 2020
Louisiana Watercolor Society's 51st Annual International Exhibition | 2021
Starting with 100 percent cotton, slightly textured paper, a light sketch or tracing start to shape the design. Saving the white of the paper I begin multiple pours and glazes, the colors blending into the paper's fibers. There are incredible light effects as the paint dries. Additives such as salt, sediment, ink, and pastels are sometimes added. Direct painting to soften and the final touch of adding my signature to finish.
"Make it your goal to live a quiet life, minding your own business and working with your hands...
1 Thessalonians 4:11
Watercolor Pour & More Workshops
Let's explore the fluid beauty of watercolors with an emphasis on color mixing and brushwork. Learn watercolor in an encouraging environment with instructor led demo, class discussion, and group painting. Classes held at the Fallbrook School of the Arts in historic downtown.
YouTube Channel offering free tutorials and inspiring watercolor pour and more videos,
featuring product demo's, watercolor time-lapse, and instructional tutorials.