with Rosalie McCarthy ADULTS
6 classes, Wednesdays, Apr 18-May 23
Contrary to popular belief, watercolor is very forgiving. It has a fluidity and transparency unlike any other medium. Prior to beginning a beautiful painting, you'll be guided in sketching the subject (no prior drawing experience necessary). You'll learn glazing, brush loading, color mixing, paint lifting, and control techniques as you gradually develop your painting, allowing for adjustments along the way.
There will be ongoing individual guidance, instruction, and demonstrations in a supportive, non-intimidating, and fun atmosphere. Various papers, brushes, and equipment will be discussed together with helpful handouts to assist you on your painting journey. Beginners to advanced skill levels welcome.
NOTE: if enrollment for this class is low, Rosalie may offer to add watercolor registrants to her Acrylic Fridays class (students will be notified if this is the case).
Wednesdays, April 18-May 23 (6 classes)
11:00 am - 2:00 pm in the Art Studio
current session: Feb 28-Apr 11 (6 classes)
future session: May 30-Jun 27 (5 classes)
*Plus at $10 materials fee. If bringing your own materials, a list of necessary supplies is listed below.
Questions? Contact Rosalie at firstname.lastname@example.org
Masking Tape (Not Colored)
9 X 12, 140 Pound, Cold Pressed Pad Watercolor Paper
UNGLAZED Paper Plates, Used for Palette (If glazed, paint will bead up)
Grey Kneaded Eraser
Smock Or Old Shirt
Paints: Box of 18 Watercolors (smaller boxes colors too limited) Suggested
brands: Marie, Reeves, Phoenix
Note: Pencils, brushes, water cups supplied by the instructor