Class

Watercolor and Wet Media

Instructor: John Kachik
Description: Award-winning illustrator and painter John Kachik will assist students in an exploration of watercolor and other wet media. Students will have the opportunity to learn from artist demonstrations, skill development exercises in color mixing and form building, and guided work on individual projects. Drawing experience is recommended, but not required. SUPPLIES: 140# watercolor block, hot or cold press paper, any watercolor brand comparable with Windsor Newton, in the following colors: Cadmium red-warm, Alizarin crimson-cool, Cadmium orange, Cadmium yellow light, Cadmium yellow deep, Ultramarine blue, Prussian blue, Hooker's green, Sap green, Viridian, Burnt sienna, Raw umber, sepia, and Paine's gray, Palette: any variety that has enough bins to hold at least 6 to 8 mixing areas Brushes: Round natural or synthetic #4, #6, or #8; small flat (chiseled edge) half inch or less in width; 1- inch flat natural or synthetic (optional); very small round either #0 or #1, a sketchpad, pencils, and an eraser.
Dates: May 6-June 10
Day: Wednesdays
Time: 6:00 PM-9:00 PM
Number of Sessions: 6
Age: 16 and older
Cost: $175 ($150 member)
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