Watercolor: Beginning & Continuing
Mar 02 - Apr 21 (Thursday)
6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
Ages 13-99 · Co-Ed
EBERBACH CULTURAL ARTS BLDG
BEGINNING: Explore a variety of techniques using this dynamic medium. Challenge your mind while developing a solid foundation in watercolor painting. Each week, the instructor introduces a new watercolor technique and design concepts such as color integration, tonal contrast and composition. CONTINUING: Work on independent projects in a supportive, encouraging environment. Instructor offers guidance as needed, including technical help, problem solving and goal setting. Prerequisite: You must have completed one semester of beginner instruction or the equivalent and must be able to work independently. See receipt for supply list. Instructor: Nancy Lybrink. 8 weeks.
Supplies List: You don't need all the colors at first. One of each color is fine. Tubes are preferable but pan paints are acceptable. Paints: Cadmium Yellow Light Med, Cadmium Red Med, Yellow Ochre, Alzarin Crimson, Ultramarine Blue, Phthalo Blue, Sap Green, Hookers Green, Burnt Sienna, Burnt Umber, Paynes Grey, Gouche White.
- Brushes White imitation Sable is good. Red sable brushes are great but much more expensive; no bristle Brushes.
#4 round, #10 round, 1-2" FLAT, ½" WASH, old brush to use for masking
Plastic Palette, Plastic Containers, large like a cool whip container and a smaller one. Pencils 2b or 3b, ebony; Kneaded eraser or Magic Rub white eraser; masking tape, White Mask or Elmers rubber cement White mask is nicer but more expensive
Strathmore water color pads 9x12
Optional India ink pen holder Nib set 512/513EF OR Black Pigma Micron Pens in a variety of sizes
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Ann Arbor Public School System