PWS holds one or two major workshops each year!  

A variety of topics are covered to provide a wide variety of painting styles and methods.  Nationally-known instructors are often teaching the workshops.

Major Workshops are held at: Hummelstown Fire Department 249 East Main Street, Hummelstown, PA 17036

If you cancel with less than two weeks notice, a $100 fee is not refundable. Workshop fees include snacks and lunch each day.

Event calendar

    • September 26, 2022
    • 9:00 AM
    • September 28, 2022
    • 4:00 PM
    • 249 East Main St Hummelstown, Pa. 17036
    • 2

    Soon Y. Warren began her career as a full-time artist, author, and teacher in 1998.  Soon has taught workshops throughout the United States and internationally.  She was also a featured faculty for Watercolor Live 2021.  She will be sharing her knowledge with us in a crystal piece with beautiful flowers and cat utilizing an interesting pouring watercolor technique!

    Join us on September 26, 27, and 28, 2022 from 9 am to 4 pm at 249 East Main St Hummelstown, PA to paint with Soon guiding you!!

    $350 for members or $400 for non-members

    A little bit more about this incredible artist.  Soon has had many exhibits and won numerous competitive awards. Soon earned signature memberships in the National Watercolor Society (NWS), American Watercolor Society (AWS), Southern Watercolor Society (SW), Texas Watercolor Society where she also earned Purple Sage Brush status (PS), Watercolor Society of Alabama (WSA), Society of Watercolor Artist (SWA) and Transparent Watercolor Society (TWSA) which she was just awarded Best of Show this year.  She has been published extensively in many magazines including Artist’s Magazine, Watercolor Magic Magazine, Southwest Art Magazine, Watercolor Artist Magazine, International Artist Magazine, The Art of Watercolour, Pratique des Arts, and North Light Books.  She has two books published by North Light Books:  Vibrant Flowers in Watercolor with F&W Media and Painting Vibrant Watercolor:  Discover the Magic of Light, Color and Contrast, and was asked to write a chapter, “Create Drama with Bold Composition”, in the Watercolor Secret book.  Her paintings are in the permanent collections of several museums including The R. W. Norton Gallery; The Springfield Museum of Art in Springfield, Missouri; and The National Watercolor Museum. 

For questions, contact workshop at email 

Shorter, less formal one-day workshops are often also held in conjunction with the Annual Juried Show.  See the Juried Show Page for more details on Mini-Workshops.

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