Watercolors II - for Adults! w/ Lara Hooper
When: Private Lesson dates upon request
Time: tbd- 4 hours instruction per session or $40.00 per hour
Location: Lara's Studio- address shared with sign up
Class fee: $160.00 Payment: ( by cash or VENMO) is due in full by the first day of class.
Continuing using the skills you learned in Watercolor I in a new painting with varying color schemes and subjects.
This in-person workshop is designed to give you the basic techniques required to start you in the wonderful world of watercolor. This friendly and open class is ideal for those who have never tried or have some knowledge in the medium. Some of the foundation subjects covered include - drawing, color mixing, wet-in-wet, layering washes, lifting out and brush techniques! I will provide printed images of what to paint each class.
Note: This group will meet monthly on Sundays to continue growing in watercolor painting while painting various subjects and techniques!
Course Supplies: Note: the best quality you have or are able to purchase or
Link below for on-line ordering with all the foundation supplies. Added Miscellaneous listed below
If you have any of it, just remove from list before ordering
* Images/Photos- I will provide an image of what you can paint or you bring an image.
* Paint You are welcome to bring your own.
Good base of Colors: (Are in Palette w/ On-line list below): Lemon Yellow Hue, Cadmium Yellow Hue, Cadmium Red Pale Hue, Alizarin Crimson Hue, Dioxazine Purple, Ultramarine, Cerulean Blue Hue, Sap Green, Burnt Sienna, Burnt Umber, Ivory Black, and Chinese White. Add tube of Viridian Green (dark green)
Winsor and Newton paint set along with brush set and paper is what I recommend for beginners to intermediate as a great start! As you grow in watercolor painting, you will continue using the colors in your initial palette and then discover even more colors to add to your personal palette!
* Watercolor Brushes - the best quality you have or are able to purchase
* Watercolor Paint Brush Sets: Synthetic-White or nicer (Round 2, 8, 12, Stroke 3/4, Flat Wash 1/2).
I suggested a good base set for beginners. As you grow you might add more brushes
* Paper - the best quality you have or are able to purchase, it just needs to be watercolor paper
9" x 12" 300 grams rough texture 140 lb. This is a good weight paper that won't warp from moisture
* Misc. Supplies from home needed:
Roll or 5 sheets of paper towels
2-3 sticks from yard for sgraffito (scratching out) lines
toothbrush for splatter
3-Water containers (any sturdy cups) I like medium size glass jars
#2 Pencil or mechanical pencil (#2 lead) for light drawing with eraser
Spray bottle- for misting
11" x 14" stiff board to mount 9" x 12" paper onto with tape- foam board, card board, masonite board
* Blowdryer (If you have one) - for drying layers in between
I’m excited to teach you Watercolors! -Lara Website : Lara’sArtStudio.com