June 26 – July 31, 2020 · Each Friday; 10-12:00pm
$165 members, $190 non-members
In this fast paced and fun watercolor class we will try a variety of marine subjects including boats, water, reflections, docks and many more of the components of an engaging marine scene. We will also discuss and try to understand why marine scenes are so endlessly fascinating!
NOTE: This supplies list is a guide and I do not expect the purchase of new and expensive painting supplies for the workshop. If you are comfortable with the paints, brushes and paper that you currently use they should be fine. I do, however, use a few boutique colors that you may want to consider: Juane Brilliant #1 and Lavender by Holbein.
Reference Material: Bring your photos sketches, etc., for subject matter.
Materials – Palette, paper, brushes, paint, board, masking tape or bull-dog clips, sponge (inexpensive household variety, the larger the better), misting spray bottle, tissues or paper towel, pencil, soft or kneaded eraser
Paints (Winsor Newton, Holbein, M. Graham, etc.)
Yellow: Cadmium Yellow Light, Yellow Ochre, Raw Sienna, Quinnacridone Gold
Orange: Red Orange (Holbein)
Red: Cadmium Red Light, Permanent Rose or Alizarin Crimson
Brown: Raw and Burnt Umber, Burnt Sienna, Brown Madder
Blue: Ultra-Marine, Cobalt, Cerulean, Cobalt Turquoise, Lavender (Holbein)
Green: I mix greens but a good one out of the tube is Perylene by W&N
Black: Neutral Tint and/or Paynes Gray
White: Chinese White, Jaune Brilliant #1
Mix of flat, (1”, ¾”, ½”), and round, (6, 10, 12), mop, (squirrel hair), and rigger brushes. Quality will vary greatly as will price but today’s synthetic brushes are good quality and reasonably priced.
Paper (Arches, Saunders)
As long as it’s acid free pure rag paper you’re good. I use 140 lb. cold press or rough texture. Weights, (140lb, 300lb, etc.), and textures are a matter of personal preference and painting style.