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Please be advised this is not a beginner’s class.

In this class, those with some prior experience with watercolor will learn how to put their new techniques to work, improve and refresh existing skills and develop a personal direction in their
work. Demonstrations and practical exercises focus on paint properties, shadows, composition, color and texture. Review methods of paint application, color formation and visual representation. Students will also receive handouts/emails to remember techniques, individual guidance, and extra instructional videos for reference to dive deeper into each topic. This course is designed so that you can take your time with each topic, grow knowledge of each topic on top
of the previous lesson, and build a strong foundation with watercolor painting.

Watercolor Supply List
Recommended supplies are not necessary to complete workshop
Watercolor Paint/ Tubes
Recommended colors:
Cadmium red
Cadmium yellow or cadmium yellow light
Ultramarine blue
Alizarin crimson
Hookers green or hookers green light
Yellow ochre
Burnt umber
Synthetic Sable or Synthetic Blend. These brushes have a short handle.
1 inch wash brush
Number 6 and 10 round brushes
I recommend Sceptre Gold brushes
Watercolor Pad 140lb cold press Arches watercolor paper, 22in. x 30in
Drafting tape
HB pencil
Spritzer bottle
Paper towels
2 water containers
A block of wood or a book to put under the support to create a tilt
White gel pen
Black water proof pen (non specific brand)

A support for your paper such as Gatorboard, Incredible Art Board, or a smooth board
impervious to water. This support should be at least a little larger than 15 in x 2 2in in order to support a half sheet of watercolor paper.

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This is a Virtual Event

No Classes - Mon. Dec. 26-Mon. Jan 2, 202
Masks and proof of vaccination are required at all in-person programs.
We encourage the use of N95 or KN95 masks.