Wild Watercolors Art Club
This Wild Watercolor Art Club will center around how to paint cool nature themed watercolor art with a different subject each week. Students are able to join in or leave at any time.
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Completed by 6 learners
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year old learners
learners per class
Meets 1x per week
Runs week after week
55 minutes per class
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Each week we’ll have a new nature subject to discover. From bugs to whales, wild landscapes, and cool plants. During some weeks learners will be encouraged to bring their own item to paint, wether its a picture of an animal they saw in their backyard, to a cool leaf they found on a walk, and so on. Spending time in nature is an encouraged extension of this class! Step-by-step guides will be given to the learners throughout the weeks’ lessons. This will allow students to develop their skills...
Students will improve their observation skills as well as technical ability using watercolor. Students will create their own watercolor work of art each week. Students will learn how to talk about their artwork among their peers. Students will learn how to talk about their peer’s artwork in an encouraging and constructive way.
I received my BFA degree in Interior Design from the Columbus College of Art & Design. During my college career I experimented with many art mediums, from metalworking, to printmaking, watercolor, and more. I am a firm believer that every child is an artist and that creativity shouldn't stop in youth! I hope to pass along a love for creating that will be a regular part of their lives even as adults. TEFL 150 hour course certification to teach English as a second language online as well.
No homework, but students are encouraged to complete any paintings they didn't finish outside of class.
1 file available upon enrollmentSupplies needed for watercolor include: Watercolor Paper Eraser Pan or Tube Set of 12 watercolors* 2 Jars of Water Set of Brushes- #4 and #6 round and 1/2” or 1” flat 4H pencil Plastic palette for mixing Optional: Waterproof fine point marker or pen, such as Micron. Watercolor pencils *Note: pan sets are more beginner friendly and usually come with with a built in palette for mixing.
The teacher will facilitate a group discussion around shared artwork the last few minutes of the session. Learners will be encouraged to share their artwork for constructive feedback. Learners are encouraged to share what they observed, difficulties they had, colors they enjoyed working with, and so on.
55 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Artist, Illustrator, Foodie, Nature Lover and Online Educator
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
4 total reviews
3 completed classes
Hello there! I am a professional artist with a focus on watercolor painting. I know watercolor can be an intimidating medium (I really didn't like it when I first tried it), but it has so many unique qualities that make it a really special medium...