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12 Week "Make Progress in Watercolor" with Susan Winslow

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“Make Progress in Watercolors” With Instructor Susan Winslow


12 week class on Fridays starting August 25th-December 8th (No class 9/15, 9/22, 11/3, or 11/24)


$350 + materials from 10-1pm


Join Susan Winslow in a weekly 12 week course where she teaches you the foundation of creating a successful painting. This watercolor workshop teaches the fundamentals of painting using the tools and methods traditionally used in fine art. Watch your progression and learn valuable information as you work on the painting of your choice. She will help you along showing you new techniques to make watercolor fun so you can create successful paintings.

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$350.00

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Class will be once a week on Fridays. Susan will choose to demo techniques based on the class strengths and weaknesses. Students are encouraged to bring in photo reference and work on their own while receiving individual instruction.

 

ABOUT SUSAN:

“I have been drawing and painting for as long as I can remember. After graduating from college, I taught drawing and painting at the secondary level, and later found other creative outlets: illustrating a children’s book, and working on set direction for the Smithsonian Institution and also at a maritime museum in New York. After a twenty year career in advertising and graphic ad design, I retired, and now I am painting full time in the medium of watercolor. 

Artists of the past and the present speak to me with their music, stories and poems. However, it is with painters that I feel a special kinship.

Painting is my way of expressing delight in my everyday surroundings. I walk the beaches and observe the moods of the ocean and the people at play and contemplation. I delight in the patterns created by sunlight playing on palm fronds, the subtle color gradations of foliage, and the majesty of the old oak trees and sycamores indigenous to this part of the world.”

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Supply list for February Workshop

 

1 sheet of Arches 22’x30" 140 lb cold press (watercolor blocks not encouraged)

NO Strathmore or student grade, but Fabriano 140 lb is okay

 

Gator board optional for mounting your paper. 1/2 inch (Gator board can be purchased and cut for  you at SC Art Supply. You can share this expense with someone else taking the workshop. This board should be a board 12”x16” or larger as we’ll be working on 1/4 sheets of paper (11”X15”)

 

Brushes: Any  #12 or #14- it has a great point and it holds plenty of wash. These are available at SC Art Supply. Bring any brushes with you and we can discuss their merits and limitations. And I will bring flats and other sized rounds for you to experiment with.

 

Pencils: I prefer working with a mechanical pencil 0.7 or 0.5 as they leave less carbon print on the paper, but an HB pencil will do. Also an kneaded eraser as it ls less abrasive on the paper surface.

 

Pigments: I have been gravitating more and more to Daniel Smith brand but Winsor Newton, Holbein and Da Vinci are all good brands, as are all the pigments carried at SC Art Supply. But please no student grade or pans. 

Greens: Viridian and Phtalo Green - YELLOW shade (DS) or Hooker’s Green 

if you already have it

Yellow: Quinacridone Gold (DS) and any other yellows you might have on 

hand

Oranges and Reds: Quinacridone Burnt Orange (DS) or Burnt Sienna if you 

already have it on hand

Quin Rose (DS) or Permanent Rose

Carmine (DS) or Alizarin Crimson

Permanent Orange (DS) or Cadmium Orange 

Blues: Ultramarine and Cobalt Blue

( I encourage you to bring your own pigments if you have them on hand)

 

Palette: Bring what you have. 

 

Sharpie pen

 

Sketch book for note taking and sketching. Roll of paper towels and/or box of tissues.

 

Photo reference material for your paintings. 

 

Large Sponge