Watercolor Landscapes with Architectural Elements (ONLINE)
Tuesday, May 4, 2021
Tuesdays, May 4-25 (4 week series)
The line quality and shapes of architectural subjects are a wonderful counterpoint to those of nature, and they provide a frame of reference about the location and scale of the landscape in a painting. Jane Skafte will cover the basics of perspective and how it works as the foundation for being able to paint believable architectural subjects and will include demonstrations on how to create a variety of textures. Prime Members free, Standard Members and Guests 45.00.
Closer to the class, Jane will email you with the Zoom link.
- Watercolor paper 140lb, size 12″ x 16″ or similar
- Painting palette for watercolor paints
- Water container
- Paper towels or a rag
- Brushes: there is a pretty good synthetic set at Michael’s, Artist loft set:
- Wash brush (1")
- Flat brushes (sizes 10, 6)
- Round brushes (sizes 10, 3, 5, 1)
- Filbert brushes (sizes 6, 4, 1)
- Winsor & Newton® Cotman® Watercolors Sketchers' Pocket Box OR: if you have paint already or want to add to your supply: (The individual colors are suggested, don’t worry if you have another brand that calls the color by another name. You need the primary colors in both warm and cool (e.g. warm blue is purplish and cool blue is greenish)
- Two reds: for example, Alizarin Crimson and permanent red or Cadmium red
- Two blues: for example, Cobalt Blue or Ultramarine and Cerulean blue
- One or two greens: for example, Hookers green or sap green
- Two yellows: for example, Lemon yellow and Gamboge
- Nice colors to have (can be added later): Raw sienna, burnt umber, ivory black, paynes gray, quinacridone rose
- Nice to have: watercolor pencils
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