Watercolours for Beginners
Days Times & Studios
|Baulkham Hills||Monday||20 Jul 2020||8||7:00 PM||Krista Brennan||$360|
|Baulkham Hills||Wednesday||22 Jul 2020||8||7:00 PM||Krista Brennan||$360|
|Hornsby||Wednesday||22 Jul 2020||8||1:00 PM||Krista Brennan||$360|
|Hornsby||Saturday||25 Jul 2020||8||9:00 AM||Krista Brennan||$360|
For new artists, watercolours help you to achieve a "painterly" quality to your art.
For experienced artists, watercolours can expand the options available to you to achieve the effects you want.
The classes are supported with demonstrations and instruction which are then followed by the students working on their own piece. The aim of this course, week by week is to develop your skills and understanding of the world of the watercolourist.
The course content will cover;
- Introduction Materials and their uses,
- Handling the Pigment – simple exercises of mixing and applying colour and the manipulation of tone and the uses of layering.
- Preliminary sketches,
- Graded washes;
- Hard and soft edges;
- Dry brush using the rigger brush.
- Reclaim the white.
- Weeks 5 & 6
- Flowers and Masking
- Fluid Spray and drop
- Negative and positive painting
- Using the white of the paper.
- Using cling wrap and waxed paper to create textures to imply landscape elements.
Suggested Material List
Paper: 300gsm – good paper to start with no hidden surprises
Board: Marine Ply – 5ply is the best
Small Water Container (small ice cream tub)
Towelling – White Clean – face washer
OR Paper Block A3 size minimum, medium surface
Quinacridone Gold/Australian Gold
There are many, many other colours some of which will be suggested in class or you may discover them for yourself.
You can look forward to a large collection of brushes of many types and sizes.
If they are looked after they will last for a very long time
Selected Works by the Tutor
A Selection of Student Art Works