This Watercolor Workshop is a casual class, all questions are welcome, Sue will do a demo for each session. Fall and Winter Landscapes with full instruction; putting people in your paintings; color mixing, from great greens to the reds and yellows, neutral colors for winter paintings. How you can use your paintings to create your own greeting cards. Learn techniques in Watercolor; getting the maximum use of your brushes
This class is geared for students interested in learning the wonderful world of watercolor. Some drawing ability preferred, for beginners to intermediate painters.
Materials needed are: Good watercolors, such as Winsor Newton or Daniel Smith (colors: yellow- lemon, cadmium medium yellow, red- alizarin, permanent rose, blue- ultramarine blue, cerulean, viridian , sap green, hookers green medium); Watercolor palette; Flat chiseled edged brushes, 1/4" & 1/2"; Round brushes, numbers 4,8,10 or 12. Good watercolor paper, Arches 140 lb. cold press is preferred; Small spray bottle; Artists tape; Board to tape the paper onto; Container for water; Paper towels.
Bring reference photos or magazine pictures to paint from. Sue also has photos to work from.
Maximum class size: 16
Minimum class size: 10
(Register for Apr. 4, 11, 18, and 25 sessions separately or click here to register for the series.)