Friday Evening Class
In this course we will explore watercolor techniques including shading, depth, adding details, and more. A basic knowledge of wet on wet and wet on dry methods of painting with WC is helpful. The focus of this class will be on creating finishing touches to add visual interest to the objects we paint.
If you love painting with watercolor – this is the class for you! For beginners and intermediate painters alike – this course will give you the skills you need to add beautiful details, shading, depth, and more to your paintings. We will be focusing on painting objects found in nature using both photos for reference and an occasional found object. This class is the perfect follow up to the Beginners Watercolor Classes I have been teaching on Zoom (but it’s not necessary to have as a pre-requisite.) Please join us for some really sweet community connection and creativity!
This is an adult course, but teens are welcome to participate as well. Children under 18 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, October 9, 16, 23, 30
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.
Basic Supply List:
Here’s a video I made about the supplies I suggest:
YOU CAN USE ANY BRAND OF THE FOLLOWING YOU WOULD LIKE:
White watercolor pan or tube (if your set doesn’t have one)
Three brushes (if you only get one please get a size 10 or 12)
Watercolor paper (in the form of the block) would recommend the FABRIANO one single sheets work too.
2 jars for water
white absorbent cotton fabric or paper towels for cleaning brushes
I prefer is a block of paper (pad with glued together sheets of paper is best for watercolor I recommend the Fabriano one if you can swing it) If you only have single sheets or a pad it will work too.
If you want to stretch your own paper you can buy any arches watercolor paper 140lb (hot press is smooth, cold press has texture, rough has the most texture – I will show you how to do it – it literally takes 10 minutes and time to dry:
You will need a stapler that opens (any standard stapler will work)
Tape (optional) helps keep a nice boarder on your paper of white.
Mop for washes:
Small for details:
(If you only get one brush, get ultra round Loew Cornell size 10 or 12)
https://www.dickblick.com/items/00337-1109/ (white pan below)
White pan of watercolor (if you buy set above)
If you want to buy an empty palette (and fill with your own tubes)
Tubes of watercolor:
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