#101- STAYING CREATIVE WITH WATERCOLOR, PROJECT CLASS 2 (with Zoom)

Class Dates: THURSDAYS, 10/7, 10/14, 10/21 and 10/28, from 10:00 am-12:00 pm

Class Instructor: Terry Duffy

Instructor Email: terry.duffy@comcast.net

Instructor Website: https://terryduffyart.com

Price: $110.00

    Availability: Sold Out

    The structure of this class will be weekly classes on Zoom. Each week we will meet virtually with your device. I will present a fun project challenge which we will discuss, start, and that you can work on through the week. The following week we will meet o present the work done, talk about your experience with it, and receive the next weekly challenge. The focus of the projects will be to provide an opportunity for more exploratory watercolor work—and to get you thinking about fun and different ways to approach this medium. In this project class, we will explore color relationships, combining drawing and painting toward illustration, work with still life—to take it beyond representational work and more. The class will provide a venue for both a creative and social opportunity. It is highly recommended to have some watercolor experience, but all experience levels are welcome. Zoom is really easy to use. Just download the app on your device. I will provide you with a link before class time that you can click on it when class begins, and you are in! Maximum of 8 students. Four 2-hour zoom sessions. (Please sign up no later than noon October 6th to insure time to receive class link)

    PLEASE HAVE:

    • Watercolor Brushes: #4 round, #10 round, and 1” flat brush for washes, one rigger or liner brush
    • One set of watercolors, your choice of brands
    • Some Derwent inktense water-soluble colored pencils (your choice of colors)
    • Some water soluble crayons (caran d'ache neocolor II) or similar (your choice of colors)
    • Watercolor paper: 2 or 3 sheets 22 x 30 Fabriano Artistico 140 lb. cold press or Arches cold press 140lb. (cut into 6ths, 10 x 11” size or quarters, 11 x 15” size)
    • One or two plastic palettes for mixing colors, recommend Sumi plastic or other deep well palette with at least 6 wells
    • A couple of boards for mounting paper

    ALSO HAVE:

    • masking tape and paper towels
    • cup for water