Have you ever grumbled that watercolour is too hard?
Learn to wrestle with the medium and win.
Facilitated by Carol Adams
|Date: Sunday 19th October
Time: 9:00am sharp – 12ish
Where: Art Shed, Crispe St
Open to: Members only
Cost: $10 to participate or donation at the door to watch
Participant numbers limited. Unlimited observers.
Participants now full, but still come to observe.
Notes are included
| Here’s what’s covered
- the ‘what’ and ‘why’ of paper, brushes and paint
- qualities of the paint that influence its use.
- controlling water – 3 considerations
- getting paint onto and off the paper
- painting sequence
- losing, finding and controlling edges
- controlling whites
- working with flat and graded washes.
- special effects and texture.
See the experts on DVD clips
|What participants need to bring:
- old jar for water
- lead pencil – any kind
- any kind of brushes (up to about Size 8)
- piece of stiff board or cardboard – approx A4 size – to support the paper
- something to lean and slant the board (eg piece of wood)
- masking tape (narrow or medium)
- Watercolour paints if you have them.
I will bring the rest.