Watercolor Painting for Beginners
Have you seen this experienced, talented artist on PACTV? You'll surely want to learn watercolor techniques from Tony on a one-to-one basis! This is a learn-by-doing class for beginning watercolor painters. Follow along as we spend our time together using a step-by-step approach. Tony will teach watercolor painting techniques, design, and color basics through demonstration and lecturing. There will be plenty of individual attention provided! Have fun while painting for pleasure.
*Please note this beginners' level class has moved from Tuesday 6-8pm to Thursday 6-8pm.
Watercolor Paints: Windsor Newton, Holbein, Grumbacher, or DaVinci quality: warm & cool red; warm and cool blue; warm and cool yellow; and browns (ocher; burnt & raw sienna; sepia; burnt or raw umber).
Watercolor Paper: Professional grade 140# cold-press (Student-grade paper yields disappointing results.)
Brushes: Kolinsky sable (if possible) or good synthetic brushes: 2” or better flat; 1” flat; ½ or ¼” flat; large squirrel full-bodied round mop brush; rounds in sizes #12, #7, & #2 script brush (long hair rigger)
In addition: painting surface that will hold at least a 15”x22” half sheet of watercolor paper; bulldog clips or paint tape; knife or blade; soft lead pencil; natural sea sponge; flat synthetic sponge; tissues; paper towels; and a positive attitude.