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over 6 weeks
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In this 6 part course, we will focus on a variety of different watercolour painting techniques and paint 5 lovely paintings. (see attachment for photos) On top of watercolour painting techniques, learners will also learn about basic composition and lighting. Class 1: Painting exploration: We will experiment with watercolour paints. I will demonstrate a variety of different watercolour painting techniques. This class will be all about getting comfortable with the medium. Painting results...
Learners should walk away from this class feeling more comfortable with watercolour painting. Some of the things we cover are: Wet on wet painting, Wet on dry painting, Dry brush , Detail, Splattering, Dabbing, Blending Learners should also learn about basic composition and basic lighting Class 1: I will demonstrate a variety of different watercolour painting techniques. Class 2: Wet-on-wet, blending, layering and detail work. Class 3: Splattering and shading to create an abstract style painting. Class 4: Wet on wet, wet on dry, detail and background. Class 5: Textural brushstrokes, wet on wet, blending, spraying and fine detail. Class 6: Dabbing, lighting, layering, blending, background and detail work.
There will be no homework assigned, but if learners want to take on additional work I will be happy to assign a painting and provide feedback. If a learner does not finish the painting in class time i will expect them to do it in their own time.
- Watercolor paper (regular paper will not work) You can usually find a pad of watercolour paper starting at 10 dollars. You will need at least one sheet of paper per class, maybe 2. - Watercolor paint set. You will need a minimum of blue, orange, red, purple and yellow. More paint options is better. Paynes Grey is my favourite colour and I use it a lot. - 4+ Soft paint brushes ranging from 1in inch thick (flat) to a very thin round one for details. - 2 containers filled with water - Paper Towels - Painter's Tape or Masking tape - A hairdryer (very important) - Waterproof, felt tipped, black pen. I use Micron size 08.
I do not usually to grade art, but I can provide a mark upon request. I will provide helpful feedback if the learner sends me a photo of their painting in the learner area.
1 hour per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
Watercolor paintings require a blowdryer. Supervision may be required for younger learners.
I teach art, advertising & design
🇨🇦Lives in Canada
315 total reviews
275 completed classes
I love to teach art, and specialize in drawing (wide variety of styles and techniques), watercolour, and acrylic painting. When I teach, I like to lead by example. This means that I draw, paint and create with my students. Throughout class I make...