Spring Watercolor Floral Painting
In this one-time class, students will learn some great and useful WC techniques including color mixing and get a good start on a floral painting that can be finished later. This is a relaxing hobby and a great skill.
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95 minute class
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I will be teaching how to achieve natural floral colors with watercolor paints, how to use various (soft) brushes and many techniques that will be useful in future watercolor classes. Students will get a start on their floral painting which will be 12" x 12" or smaller. They may finish it in class or they may want to take their time and finish it on their own. Either way they will know the techniques to use. Student can ask questions, show their progress and watch my demonstrations. I will...
The students will learn valuable watercolor techniques that can be used in the future.
Students may want to finish the floral painting after class is over. Everyone paints at a different pace. Some may want to add more detail.
Materials needed if you want to paint along: 2-3 sheets of watercolor paper: (11x15 is best), a watercolor set (I will be using a Prang oval 8 set), a pair of scissors, pencil, a variety of soft round pointed brushes, water container, paper towels. • Paint: If you have a tube watercolor set, be sure to also have a white plastic plate to use as a palette, or whatever you want to use, as long as it's white.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
Upon completion, I would love to have the student sent me a picture of their finished painting. I'll be happy to give feedback and encouragement!
1 hour 35 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
Materials needed if you want to paint along: 2-3 sheets of watercolor paper: (11x15 is best), a watercolor set (I will be using a Prang oval 8 set), a pair of scissors, pencil, a variety of brushes (soft round pointed), water container, paper towels. • Paint: If you have a tube watercolor set, be sure to also have a white plastic plate to use as a palette, or whatever you want to use, as long as it's white.
Diane SciachitanoArt Teacher, Artist, Musician, Song Writer
4 total reviews
2 completed classes
Hello, 1.) • I teach art students (pre covid) in my home art studio. Now I teach via zoom or facebook Live. My classes are for everyone. I teach children from 5 on up, Home schoolers, Public school kids, adults of all abilities, special needs...