I am delighted to bring you this watercolor series on barns. Barns continue to fascinate me. They seem to be living stories of days gone by. Representing centuries of farm life. They are a majestic beauty of age that begs to be captured under a watercolor brush.
Watercolor has a unique personality. I have been exploring this medium for over 11 years. It still surprises me and excites me.
I will teach you what I know about representing the texture of aged wood, rust and tin. While also getting some lessons in landscape as these barns rest in a field. No experience is required. It will be for beginners and intermediate watercolorists. Come as you are with curiosity and a desire to learn more about the wonderful medium of watercolors.
I hope you will join me for this creative opportunity.
$75 if bringing your own supplies Or $120 all supplies provided
Registration now open
Supplies Needed If Bringing Your Own
Arches 140# cold press paper 9" x 11" plus a few scraps of Arches for practice
0, 4, 10, 14 round watercolor brush
1" flat watercolor brush
liner watercolor brush
masking fluid with applicator and chaco paper
foam board or gator board, approximately 11" x 14"
here is what you will learn from the class
- how to paint with different watercolor washes
- how to transfer an architecture subject on to watercolor paper
- learn different ways to interpret texture with watercolor paint