STARTS April 9th!
We will explore different techniques such as wet on wet, wet on dry, dry brush and more as we look deeply into texture, shapes, pattern, color, and light contained in beautiful fruits and veggies. Students will use a basic transferring method to draw the image I send, so no drawing experience is necessary, but you will need to print out the images (unless you feel comfortable drawing them yourself with the reference photo to aid you.) You can also use an iPad and a piece of tracing paper if needed. Depending on time and complexity of the object we will either work on 1 or 2 at a time. A basic understanding of wet on wet and wet on dry with watercolor is helpful to have for this class.
This is an adult course, but teens are welcome to participate as well. Children under 13 may accompany an adult taking the course.
COST: By Donation (students have been paying anywhere from $5 – $50 per class which comes out to $20-$200 for the whole course. Please pay what matches your financial means and needs. No on turned away due to lack of funds.
DATES: We will meet 4 Fridays April 9, 1, 23, 30 – 5pm-7pm
Each class will be recorded that day and the link to view it will be sent along with the notes from the class each week. Recorded classes are only available to those who register for the class so we can keep a safe and nurturing space for those to express themselves.
SUPPLIES: (these are just suggestions – you can use whatever watercolor you’d like)
Rose madder hue: https://www.dickblick.com/items/winsor-newton-cotman-watercolor-rose-madder-hue-8-ml-tube/ $3.27
warm Ultramarine Blue: https://www.dickblick.com/items/winsor-newton-cotman-watercolor-ultramarine-8-ml-tube/ $3.27
These are extra…
Frisket/Masking Fluid (Optional)
Artists Tape: (great to get white boarders on your paintings)
Round size 6
Round size 2
Mop brush for backgrounds
*** THIS IS THE BEST Paper: (any watercolor paper will do: here’s a suggestion for a block – the pages are glued together so it won’t buckle as much when you paint on it)
Journals and Pads: (THESE WILL BUCKLE WHEN YOU PAINT ON THEM)