Start Date: Saturday, 21st March 2020 at 10:00 AM
End Date: Saturday 21 March 2020 16:00
What will I learn?
An expressive, loose watercolour style will be shown, and as the day develops you will be able to combine this with salts, bleach and wax resist, along with using clingfilm and stamping for textures, and masking fluid for preserving whites and specific areas. You’ll also cover planning and composing your paintings.
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What will I need to bring?
As this is a progression on the Watercolour Basics workshop, participants will need most of their own equipment from the list supplied. There is a 10% discount in store for participants.
Kit List: Watercolour paints – Winsor & Newton Cotman is a good, mid-price range, but there are many others available. Selection of colours – at least primaries. Tubes ideally, but pans are fine. Watercolour paper – sheets, or pads – ideally ‘NOT’ surface (cold pressed) but any will do, weight of at least 200gsm.
Brushes – Watercolour round – sizes 3 (that has a good point), 6 and 9 and a flat brush – any size. Soft pencil. Masking tape. Kitchen roll. Masking fluid.
Who is the workshop for?
Aimed at those with some experience, and for participants having attended the Watercolour Basics workshop. The day will be supportive and fun with a mixture of demonstrations, instruction and positive feedback. Steve is an experienced educator. Following art school then a career in London as a commercial artist, he’s taught creative classes throughout Scotland for over 20 years and holds a BA in Visual Communication. For more information see http://stevebretel.com/tuition/tuition-information/.