Painting Philadelphia’s Waterways in Watercolor (five-session workshop)
Painting water in a landscape setting can be challenging but the medium of watercolor is particularly well suited for the effort. Through a series of planned exercises, we will endeavor to build a set of appropriate skills. The class will meet at a variety of water sites in the Philadelphia area. The emphasis of the class will be on learning to observe, planning your work with intention, and developing a facility for preparing and applying watercolor paints. The learning methodology will emphasize progress through instruction and practice exercises, self and group evaluation, and sharing experiences.
This is an in-person, off-site course that will take place in various locations throughout the Philadelphia region. The instructor will communicate the locations with students via email before the start of each class. Social distancing will be practiced during class.
In observance of Memorial Day, the workshop will not be held on May 31. A make-up session for the class will take place on June 7.
Tuition Assistance is Available
To make our classes and workshops accessible to everyone, Fleisher offers tuition assistance every term so that everyone can join our creative community. We have recently streamlined the application process, making it even quicker and easier. Tuition assistance applications can be completed once registration is open by clicking here. The deadline to apply is Wednesday, March 11.
What you will learn:
Observe the subject
Set goals and plan your work
Develop techniques specific to watercolor painting
Evaluate your work critically
Drawing pencils and eraser
Notebook or sketchbook with watercolor paper
Watercolor paper in block form (preferred), minimum 140# or thicker
Watercolor paints in tubes or pans (with replaceable cakes)
Palette tray for mixing paint
Paintbrushes suitable for watercolor (flat 1”, flat ½”, rounds and others)