December 4, 11
6 - 8 p.m.
$56 (3 classes)
Discover the versatility of watercolor with Lynn Denzer, who shows her work throughout San Antonio and Mexico. Students will start by mastering basic techniques and then use that knowledge to branch out and take on projects of their own. With Lynn’s guidance and with a little experimentation, students can use watercolors in ways they have never seen before to delve into anything from cutting edge urban watercolor modernism to traditional landscaping techniques.
(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
A note from Lynn: "I prefer shopping at Asel Art, Jerry’s or Herwecks. Ask if Inspire student discount is available."