Dick Sneary and Jeff Good, who are both architects, award-winning watercolorists, and KU Department of Architecture graduates, will present a lecture on Friday October 17 at 11:30 am in The Forum. The workshop will be Saturday, however, registrations are now closed.
Dick Sneary, of Kansas City, Mo., has been providing award-winning architectural renderings for 30 years. He works in many different media, including pastels and ink, but he his primarily a watercolorist. His work is presented in a variety of ways, from sketches to extremely detailed perspectives (top, left). He is the emeritus president of the American Society of Architectural Illustrators. Dick’s website is www.dicksneary.com.
Jeff Good has practiced architecture for 35 years and is a recognized leader in the design of shopping centers and retail projects. He began painting when he was a student at KU. He is the studio director at his firm Good Fulton & Farrell, where he became a principal in 2003.
He is a member of the Southwestern Watercolor Society and the Richardson Civic Art Society. He prefers to paint on location but uses sketches and photographs for reference for studio work, and prefers watercolor to other media for its spontaneous and quick-drying nature (bottom, left).
In October Jeff’s one-man show, “Travels With Watercolor”, is running at the Goodrich Gallery in Dallas. More of his paintings can be seen at www.jefflgoodart.com.