Watercolour – Sundays – Josefia Lemon

$145.00

Join award winning watercolourist Josefia Lemon for her popular workshop, on one Sunday each term at the Rocks

Term 1, Sunday 23 February
Term 2, Sunday 24 May
Term 3, Sunday 9 August
Term 4, Sunday 25 October

for Beginner to Advanced. Hours  9.15 am to 3.30pm

Become an advanced watercolourist!

Josefia is an award winning watercolourist. Learn how to make perfect wet washes; use masking techniques and wet on dry and wet in wet; keeping colour clean; composition, retaining freshness; keeping your drawing; cutting back with the background and many other subjects. Develop a vigorous approach and master the happy accident.

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Additional information

Suitable Experience

Any – Beginner to Advanced

Campus

The Rocks

Teacher(s)

Josefia Lemon

Class Times

Hours  9.15 am to 3.30pm

Materials List

Materials are not included in the fee. You can purchase materials for one day for $35 on the website
LIST OF MATERIALS FOR THE WATERCOLOUR WORKSHOP
3B pencil, kneadable rubber, watercolour palette with large enough mixing area compartments, 2 water containers , 1 roll toilet tissue, 1 old towel, 1 kitchen sponge
COLOURS (Recommended Artists Quality): Cadmium Yellow, Alizarin Crimson Permanent, French Ultramarine Blue, Prussian Blue, Cobalt Blue, Cerulean Blue, Raw Sienna, Raw Umber, Burnt Umber, Burnt Sienna, Sepia, Viridian, Quinacridone Gold
BRUSHES: Good quality eg. Squirrel brushes – 1 medium size, 1 smaller size and 1 synthetic liner (size 2 or 4)
Note: Different brand has got different size number.
PAPER: 300 gram watercolour paper, medium texture (cold pressed) or watercolour pad. Suggested brands: Saunders-Waterford or Arches.

Description

Join award winning watercolourist Josefia Lemon for her popular workshop, on one Sunday each term at the Rocks

Term 1, Sunday 23 February
Term 2, Sunday 24 May
Term 3, Sunday 9 August
Term 4, Sunday 25 October

for Beginner to Advanced. Hours  9.15 am to 3.30pm

Become an advanced watercolourist!

Josefia is an award winning watercolourist. Learn how to make perfect wet washes; use masking techniques and wet on dry and wet in wet; keeping colour clean; composition, retaining freshness; keeping your drawing; cutting back with the background and many other subjects. Develop a vigorous approach and master the happy accident.