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Day: Mondays (6 classes). Begins February 17th, 2020
Time: 9:00am-12:00 Noon
Price: Members $110 | Non-Members $140

This class will explore the coordination of the mental with the physical processes in developing a painting, and how this helps to create a freer, more spontaneous approach to your watercolor. Intermediate to advanced students.

Materials List:
Paper: Arches 140lb. cold press 22×30 (Will be cut in half or quarters.)

Brushes: A good quality round no. 12 sable or synthetic (not squirrel hair.) Same quality no. 5 or 6 round plus a no. 1 rigger brush. Also a 1 inch flat Aquarelle or equivalent. Plus any other watercolor brushes you may have.

Paints: Artist quality tube watercolors. Winsor Newtown, Holbien, DaVinci, Grumbacher, or equivalent;

Colors: Lemon Yellow
Cad. Yellow
Cad. Orange
Burnt Sienna
Alizarin crimson
Ultra marine blue
Cerulean or Manganese blue
Cad. red

Paynes gray or Indigo Blue
Indian red or Light red
Phalo blue, green shade

Good to have:
Quandicrone GoldYellow Gold

Palette: John Pike type palette or porcelain “butchers tray”
Painting Board: 18×24 in. Homesote (will talk about this in class)
Miscellaneous: HB pencil, kneaded eraser, facial tissues, masking tape, sponge and that credit card you should have gotten rid of long a go.

Also, if you use the homsote board, you will need a staple gun.