Watercolor Works! - Online Watercolor Painting ClassGet A Good Handle On This Tricky Medium - Great For BEGINNERS!
Live Classes On Zoom – 6 to 8pm, Thursdays, Feb 24 – Mar 31, 2022
Info for the first class including ZOOM link will be sent by email upon registration.
6 LIVE CLASSES – STEP-BY-STEP PAINTINGS AND DEMOS
6 GROUP CRITIQUES – INDIVIDUALIZED FEEDBACK
REFERENCE INFO AND VIDEOS
CLASS INFO SHEETS AND VIDEO TUTORIALS
FOR REFERENCE AND REVIEW
Live Zoom Classes – Thursdays, Feb 24 – Mar 31 – 6 to 8 pm
Week 1 – February 24 – The All-Important Basic Techniques
There are three basic techniques to get good at – learn and work with all three this week.
Week 2 – March 3 – Basic Composition For Dynamic Paintings
Learn easy ‘rules’ for placing your subject and the elements of your painting for dynamic effect.
Week 3 – March 10 – Basic Color and Limited Palettes
Knowing basic color relationships and how to use a limited palette for improved paintings.
Week 4 – March 17 – Painting = Composition, Color, and Technique
Put your knowledge of color, technique, and composition into practice and learn how to paint winter-bare trees.
Week 5 – March 24 – Practice and More Practice
More practice using basic technique, composition and color ideas
Week 6 – March 31 – Practice, Practice, Practice
And, even more practice with technique, composition and color ideas
Learn to paint this beautiful and tricky medium! You’ll learn the easy fundamental techniques, some basic composition and basic color theory while painting a variety of scenes and subjects. This is the class to get you started or get you on the right track.
Use this Basic Watercolor Supplies and Materials list as a guide.
We will use Rough paper for some of our projects which is not on the list. A couple sheets is enough if you don’t already have it.
The winter landscape has mostly low-intensity colors. We’ll mix many of those from some of the brighter colors on your palette. Earth colors like Burnt and Raw Sienna, the Umbers, and Transparent Oxides are helpful. One color I find especially useful is Quinacridone Burnt Scarlet.
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About The Instructor
Tony Conner is an accomplished watercolorist and and experienced instructor. His energetic approach to teaching and enthusiasm for the watercolor medium are combined to create classes that are both fun and informative. He excels at providing information and insights to individual students – meeting them where they are and helping them get to where they want to go.
- Signature Member - New England Watercolor Society
- Signature Member - Vermont Watercolor Societies
- Artist Member - Salmagundi Club
- Artist Member - North Shore Arts Association
Tony works from his studio in Bennington, Vermont.