Beyond Watercolor: Paint and Draw with Wet and Dry Media
Would you like to further your experiment with watercolor painting? Come explore a wide range of traditional and contemporary techniques using ink, gouache, and chalk with your watercolors! Working from still life and the figure model, you will use combinations of these mediums to achieve a greater illusion of depth and fullness of volume in your artwork. Instructor demonstrations and visual presentations of historical examples will compliment this hands-on workshop.
Fleisher will be closed on Monday May 27, to observe the Memorial Day holiday, the make-up session will be on June 12.
What you will learn in this class:
Gaining experience using various mediums to achieve a greater illusion of space
Learning the proper steps in combining mediums
Learning through historical examples
Working with watercolor and gouache to achieve a greater fullness of volume through transparent and opaque techniques
Working with watercolor and chalk to achieve a greater sense of texture and detail
Start the term with:
Watercolors, either Tubes or Half Pans. Recommended colors: Ultramarine Blue, Lemon Yellow, Permanent Rose, Viridian, and Chinese White
Useful extra colors: Titanium White, Cobalt Blue, Cerulean Blue, Aureolin Yellow, Payne’s Grey, Burnt Umber
Recommended watercolor brushes: 1) 3/4-in wash flat; 2) #10 round, and 3) either a #4 or #5 pointed round
Higgins Black Magic Ink, or other similar ink
Watercolor paper: 11 x14 inches, or larger cold press 90lb minimum (blocks or pads are good)
Later you will need:
Conte Crayons basic set of 4 colors or larger set (not available in school store)
Gouache basic painting set (not available in school store)
Many of the necessary supplies may be purchased in Fleisher’s school store. Members receive a 10 percent discount on purchases.