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Course Description

If you have always thought it would be wonderful to paint, but you have never tried or never had real success, this is the opportunity to learn. This active, hands-on course offers highly individualized instruction. Every step and technique will be demonstrated as we work together to complete a ready-to-frame watercolor painting. Relax; it's going to be fun! The painting, Splatter Grapes, is an exciting mix of wild washes and careful details. It will force you to paint loosely and teach you how to mix unfriendly colors while avoiding muddiness. I have been told, "I will be your first student to fail," but that has not happened once.  Active Participation
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Section Title
Watercolor Painting: Splatter Grapes, Absolute Beginners to Advanced
Type
Classroom
Days
M
Time
1:30PM to 4:30PM
Dates
Sep 23, 2019 to Nov 04, 2019
Schedule and Location
Contact Hours
15.0
Delivery Options
Classroom  
Course Fees
Instructors
Section Notes
If you have your own materials, PLEASE use them!  For Beginners who do not have supplies, I will loan you (for in class use only)  all the materials for a $35 payment due the first day of class.  Watercolor palette with a lid, Brushes (for example, rounds #2, #6, #8, and squares 1/8", 1/4", 1/2", and 3/4") and a rigger or "script" brush, pkg of 3 scrubbers.  Masking fluid and mask lifter, ordinary sponge, natural sponge, masking tape, paper towels, gray kneaded eraser, mechanical pencil, pen, water container, small spray bottle, graphite artists' transfer paper by Saral or Sally, and a REQUIRED sheet of 140 lb Arches cold press watercolor paper at least 12" X 16" which is either purchased glued onto a block of paper or taped down to a rigid backboard.  Professional grade watercolor tube paints (ie, Winsor Newton, Jerry's Turner, Cheap Joes American Journey) in these, or similar, colors: yellow ocher, yellow (either Winsor or cadmium), olive green, ultramarine blue, cobalt blue, burnt umber, payne's gray, alizarin crimson, either Winsor OR cadmium red, quinacridone gold OR burnt sienna, an orange (preferably Schminckie translucent orange).  Good sources are Jerry's Artarama, Raleigh (949-876-6610) or Cheap Joes (www.cheapjoes.com).  Both sell on line.