Beginning Watercolor 201

Working with watercolors is like a walk through history on paper. This introductory class focuses on learning solid basic brush techniques for producing clean, crisp colors while developing sensitivity in the hand. Also covered in this course is the history and characteristics of transparent paint, color mixing, basic brushstrokes and painting techniques. Students will also learn product information on different brush bristles and shapes and watercolor papers for different applications.Students will have created a collection of finished works of art in watercolor and will receive a certificate of completion at the end of this class.Ideal for the those interested in painting for fine art or book, advertising or design illustration.

Prerequisites:
Drawing with Graphite101, Oil Pastel 101 or comparable class


I’ve always dreamt of having the confidence to sit down, draw, and understand the process of art. Linda and her studio has made this dream come true. She is the first instructor, I’ve encountered, who explains her method in a way I can completely get it. Her studio is a place of relaxed camaraderie and group encouragement from fellow art students. I absolutely love it! I look forward to honing my skills and having fun while doing it.
Roberta K., Hollywood

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