Watercolour – Wednesday PM – Owen Thompson

$400.00

This class aims to simplify some of the fundamental techniques of painting with watercolours including washes, wet into wet and wet over dry techniques. Individual guidance and demonstrations will be given.

Beginners; learn basic handling and design. Advanced; study technique with still life, model and landscape.
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Additional information

Suitable Experience

Any – Beginner to Advanced

Campus

The Rocks

Teacher(s)

Owen Thompson

Class Times

Wednesdays 12:45 PM – 3:30 PM

Materials List

Materials list for Wednesday daytime classes with Owen Thompson:
Cartridge (drawing) pad
HB, 2B 4B Pencils
Pencil sharpener
Putty (Kneadable) eraser
Indian Ink (Waterproof) and simple metal dip nib pen (Post Office nib or Mapping pen nib)
Paints: Artist Quality
Colours: Cadmium Yellow (Alt. Spectrum Yellow or Aureolin Yellow)

Lemon Yellow
Cadmium Red
Permanent Crimson (Alizarin)
Ultramarine Blue (Alt. Cobalt Blue)
Prussian Blue
Cerulean Blue
Optional: Raw Sienna, Burnt Sienna, Viridian (Green)
Raw Umber, Burnt Umber
Brushes: Size 3 Round Synthetic Sable
Size 10 Round Synthetic Sable
¾ inch Flat Synthetic wash brush
Optional: Size 1 liner
Paper: 300 gsm cotton rag watercolour paper – Medium texture (cold pressed)

Suggested brands – Arches, Saunders-Waterford, Fabriano.
About 3 or 4 full sheets or a watercolour Block
Miscellaneous: White plastic watercolour palette with recessed dishes

Water container
Tissues or paper towels
Masking Tape (1 inch)
Masking Fluid (optional)
White wax candle (optional)
Small sea sponge (optional)
Eye dropper or plastic pipette (optional)
Oil Pastels (optional)

Description

This class aims to simplify some of the fundamental techniques of painting with watercolours including washes, wet into wet and wet over dry techniques. Individual guidance and demonstrations will be given.

Beginners; learn basic handling and design. Advanced; study technique with still life, model and landscape.