Wonderful Watercolor: Intermediate to Advanced - Denzer Spring 2019
This class is taught by an independent artist at Inspire's facility. The $10 online registration fee holds your spot in the class. You will pay your tuition ($208) directly to the instructor at the first class.
Lynn Maverick Denzer
February 27 - April 24 (8 sessions, no class March 13)
$208 + $10 online registration fee
Experimentation and fun are part of this class. Masking and pouring, intuitive wet washing, and more advanced design elements will enhance your ability to render subjects, from atmospheric landscapes to beautiful plants, to expressive portraits, as possibilities. Some drawing and watercolor experience preferred.
Intermediate to Advanced Watercolor Supply List
(Small 5 ml to 15 ml tubes.)
Primaries, one of these triads:
· Windsor Blue, Windsor Red, Windsor Yellow or
· Ultramarine Blue, Permanent Rose, Transparent Yellow (a favorite) - Windsor Newton
· Pthalo Blue/green shade, Alizarin Crimson, Lemon Yellow- Daniel Smith
Secondaries: You can get secondary (orange, green, violet) and other colors, or wait until first day to see my samples. Other brands I like are QOR, Holbien.
Large plastic divided palette. You need extra room for mixing, in center or larger areas. Covered palettes are nice to have.
Paper: Aproximately 11x15”. Arches, or Fabriano 100 percent cotton. It is mportant to get quality paper.
Assortment of round and filbert brushes from very small, size 0, to 16. At least 4 rounds. Princeton, Silver, and Simmons are good brands, but there are others. You can wait to see my wash brushes, if you prefer.
Large (1 to 2 quart) clear jar
drawing pad or paper and clip board
Pencil, sharpener, eraser, pocket folder for samples, ruler
Possibly other household items and images or photos, as we progress.
Optional/or wait for class:
· Wood or particle board (at least 12”x 15”)
· Masking tape or large clips
I prefer shopping at Asel Art, Jerry’s or Herwecks. Ask if Inspire student discount is available.