Intro to Watercolor: Birches
May 23, 2016
1:00 pm - 4:30 pm
Event Phone: 715-479-4060
If you ever wanted to try watercolor but didn’t know where to start, this class is for you.
In this three and a half hour session, participants will be introduced to a painting method that simplifies these lovely trees. By using brushes, pigment and a few simple tools, we will apply paint to create an interesting focal point. The afternoon will consist of basic instruction, demonstration and also paint time.
Bring your own supplies (see list below). You may also purchase watercolor paper and borrow watercolor paint ($5 for paint) and use brushes from the Warehouse.
Instructor is Lisa Krueger.
Pigment-DaVinci or Winsor & Newton are suggested
Winsor Yellow or Hansa Yellow
Inexpensive Brush (to apply masking fluid)
Palette of some sort-The palette can be a purchased watercolor palette or a simple plate will do.
Old Credit Card
Sketch Book or White Paper
Hairdryer if you have one
Paper Towel or Kleenex
Spray Bottle (such as a clean Windex bottle)
9″by 12″ 140 Arches cold press watercolor paper, masking tape, and surface to tape paper to such as plexi glass, gator board or other flat surface that will not buckle when wet.
9″ by 12″ 140 lb. Arches cold press watercolor block
*PLEASE NOTE* Full registration fee or non-refundable deposit must be paid by March 4th. $5 of any registration is non-refundable unless in the event of emergency or cancellation of class.