AT112 - WET ON WET WATERCOLOR PAINTING

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AT112 - WET ON WET WATERCOLOR PAINTING

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This course will focus on the Wet on Wet technique and concentrate on the technical skills needed to master the exciting medium of watercolor. We will explore the different types of washes, approaches to correct values and mixing fresh, clean colors. Some basic watercolor techniques will be demonstrated. Students will practice these techniques by painting subject matter of their own choice to develop personal skills.

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Instructor Bio

Heide Hallemeier is an experienced watercolorist who received her art education in Europe and has taught various aspects of art.  She is a signature member of the Rhode Island Watercolor Society, is active in many other art associations and has won numerous awards for her watercolor paintings.   www.heidehallemeier.com

 

  • Thursdays, February 21, 28, and March 7, 14, 9 a.m. - Noon

Materials List:

Bring any supplies you have. If you need to purchase them your instructor recommends:

  • Single sheets or a block or pad of 140 lb Cold press watercolor paper (Arches, Canson, Stonehenge) You’ll be sorry if you buy cheap paper.

  • 4 brushes: flat wash brush 1-1/2” wide, smaller flat and 2 rounds ( one #12 or #14; one #7 or #8)

  • Small Tubes of watercolor: Winsor & Newton: Aurelian, yellow ochre, rose madder, cobalt blue, alizarin crimson and pthalo blue, ultramarine blue, raw sienna and burnt sienna.

  • A drawing board or 12X18 piece of foam core

  • Masking or blue painter’s tape

  • Palette (or large porcelain plate)

  • Water jar with cover

  • Paper towel or tissues

  • Small sketchpad

  • Soft pencil (3 or 4 B)

  • Eraser.

  • If you have an extra hair dryer (get one at Savers) bring it.

Many items can be purchased on line or at Michael's/AC Moore/Dick Blick, etc.