A PLAYFUL WAY TO LEARN SERIOUS SKILLS! This is for ALL levels! It is great for beginners because you will learn simple techniques in small chunks. For the more advanced watercolorists, you will be challenged to take these techniques to a new level of creativity!
Each month a new watercolor technique or challenge will be introduced in a 1.5 hour live lesson on Zoom.
Classes are on the FIRST THURSDAY of the month from 6:00 – 7:30 pm.
From the comfort of your own home, you will watch a demo, have a chance to ask questions and then get started on your painting. A week (or two?) later, we will meet again on Zoom, 6:00 – 7:00 pm, to review your paintings, get personalized feedback and ask further questions.
You can register for:
1 class at a time plus a Follow Up session @ $50.00 each
3 classes (Jan – Mar) OR (Apr – Jun) plus 3 Follow Up sessions @ $135.00 ($45 each)
6 classes (Jan – Jun) plus 6 Follow Up sessions @ $240.00 ($40 each)
A recording of each class will be available to you soon after the class.
For EVERY CLASS you will need: Watercolor paint, watercolor paper cut to the size you want but 8×10 ish is fine, paint brushes (rounds, flats, scrubber), water, spray bottle, paper towel. The chart below will show any additional supplies needed for class
|Class dates||Class description||Additional supplies|
|January 7, 6-7:30 pm|
(with Follow Up on Jan 14, 6-7pm)
|Create a painting by using dots of watercolor applied in various ways.||q-tip or a pencil eraser, a photo reference of what you would like to paint|
|February 4, 6-7:30 pm|
(with Follow Up on Feb 18, 6-7pm)
|Learn to see the shapes, values and edges of reflections in shiny objects.||masking fluid, pencil and a photo reference of something shiny: silver, glass, water, etc|
|March 4, 6-7:30 pm|
(with Follow Up on Mar 18, 6-7pm)
|Paint various types of fur on real or imagined critters.||pencil and a photo reference of a pet or other furry animal|
|April 1, 6-7:30 pm|
Watercolor on Canvas
(with Follow Up on Apr 15, 6-7pm)
|Forget what you know about painting on paper and learn all of the great things you can do painting on canvas!||canvas board or stretched canvas (8×10 or larger is best), photo references of a few things you might want to paint|
|May 6, 6-7:30 pm|
(with Follow Up on May 20, 6-7pm)
|A fun way to paint imagined flowers.||ink pen: Micron, Bic Intensity, dip pen, fountain pen or ball point, etc|
|June 3, 6-7:30 pm|
Trees Trees Trees
(with Follow Up on Jun 17, 6-7pm)
|How many ways can you paint a tree? We will learn as many as possible.||salt, toothpicks, straw, multiple pieces of watercolor paper|