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Beginning Art Techniques--Watercolor Painting

Learn techniques to increase your watercolor painting skills in this beginner's art class.
Vicki Lunell, MA Art Education
329 total reviews for this teacher
27 reviews for this class
Completed by 89 learners
  There are no upcoming classes.
Class
50 minutes
per class
Meets once
10-13
year olds
2-8
learners per class
per learner

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Description

Class Experience

Learners will practice and apply new skills in using watercolor paint.
Learners will create a painting using new techniques.
Learners will learn how to take care of materials.
No homework.
-Pencil -Eraser -Ruler -Watercolor set. At least 8 colors. -Water cup -Soft watercolor brushes--not the ones with black plastic bristles. One medium--size 4 or 5 --is enough. They don't need to be expensive--this is a good example of what to look for: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B002XNQQGY?tag=artmedia04-20&linkCode=ogi&th=1&psc=1&language=en_US -Watercolor paper or multimedia paper--- 3 or 4 sheets. Not smaller than 8x10". -Small amount of salt--1 tablespoon is plenty -Small amount of plastic wrap--approx. 4" square -A drinking straw -Masking tape -A large needle or a push pin (to scratch paper) -A small rubber stamp or something to stamp with. The end of a kid's big marker usually works well--or another straw. -Isopropyl (rubbing) alcohol (small amount--1 teaspoon--and a dish or container to pour it into. ) -Paper towel or rags **Even the most careful of us have accidents. Students will want to wear clothes that can get messy, and/or use an apron or cover-up. Protect surfaces from accidental spills---table, floor, chair. All paints, even those labeled 'washable', can stain--especially on light-colored fabrics. (I have no affiliation with Amazon)
Assessment is ongoing throughout the class.
50 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Even the most careful of us have accidents.  Students will want to wear clothes that can get messy, and/or use an apron or cover-up.  Protect surfaces from accidental spills---table, floor, chair.  All paints, even those labeled 'washable', can stain--especially on light-colored fabrics.

Teacher

Vicki Lunell, MA Art EducationFormer High School Art Teacher and Homeschool Parent
329 total reviews
501 completed classes

About Me

Hi!  My name is Vicki Lunell. As an experienced art teacher and maker I believe that everyone can learn the foundations of creating visual art and improve their skills so that they gain confidence and grow in their art-making abilities.  I love... 
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