Masa Paper is like rice paper. It is thin, absorbent and kind of fragile. It doesn’t sound like it is meant for watercolors, but look what we have done!
The art in these galleries was created the many students in my classes!
This was a very playful way to learn watercolor techniques. We first covered watercolor paper with many colors and techniques that did not have to look like anything. You can’t go wrong! Then we used the papers to create something new. So fun and creative!
A fancy word for layering your watercolors! Look what can happen when using only 3 colors!
Oh, what fun we had!!!!
Painting on a slick plastic surface, called yupo, can be full of surprises. Look what everyone created…
Look at these amazing eyes!!!
Look at these great paintings created with watercolor pencils!
The negative shapes are just as important as the positive!
This is the 12th(?) annual Snowy Trees display! I never get tired of painting snowy trees and it seems as if I am not alone! Look at these stunning trees!
This class was more than just about painting a ribbon. It was about turning edges and light and shadow. Useful things to understand for painting so many things!
It is amazing what you can do with only ONE color! If you have a variety of values the painting actually looks colorful!
There are so many ways to add ink to your watercolors. Here are just a few!