#112- INTRODUCTION TO WATERCOLOR (with zoom)

Class Dates: THURSDAYS: 11/4, 11/11, 11/18 and 12/2, 

from 10:00 am–12:30 pm (Note: No class on Thanksgiving)

Class Instructor: Terry Duffy

Instructor Email: terry.duffy@comcast.net

Instructor Website: https://terryduffyart.com

Price: $110.00

    Availability: Sold Out

    Have some fun with the transparency and looseness of watercolors. The emphasis will be on learning and using watercolor techniques to expand the ways you can express yourself. Each class will include exploratory exercises to build skills and gain experience. With watercolor there is no time to overthink and you are never quite in complete control. So leave perfectionism behind, and enjoy learning about the beauty of watercolor. This is a beginning class. No experience necessary. Our class will be on Zoom, a video chat software that is really easy to use. Just download the app on your device (desktop computer, laptop, or tablet). I will provide you with a link before class time. Click on it when class begins, and you are in! Four 2.5-hour sessions. Maximum of 8 students. (Please sign up no later than noon November 3rd to insure time to receive class link)

    ***All Students get 20% off purchases made while enrolled in a class***
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    REQUIRED MATERIAL LIST

    PLEASE HAVE:

    • Watercolor Brushes: #4 round, #10 round, and 1” flat brush for washes

    • One set of watercolors, Yarka, Windsor Newton Cotman, or Koi. or you can    get a few tubes from M. Graham, Daniel Smith, or Qor (primaries will give    you the most options)

    • Watercolor paper: 1 sheet 22 x 30 Fabriano Artistico 140 lb. hot press. (cut    into quarters: 11 x 15” pieces) AND 1 sheet 22 x 30 Fabriano Artistic  140 lb.    cold press. (cut into quarters: 11 x 15” pieces)

    • One plastic palette for mixing colors, I recommend Sumi plastic or other    deep well palette with at least 6 wells

    • 12” metal ruler

    • an exacto knife

    • cutting mat or surface to cut paper on

    • a small bottle of frisket and a very cheap small brush to apply it

    • one black sharpie, extra fine

    • one oil pastel stick—your choice of color

    • masking tape

    • board to tape watercolor paper to. (MDF or similar 12 x 16 or larger)

      ***All Students get 20% off purchases made while enrolled in a class***