“Watercolor Studio” – Every Monday, January 7, – May 20, 2019
9am – noon – North Bennington, Vermont
Make steady progress with weekly individual work and guided instruction
Who are these sessions for? These classes are designed for those with some watercolor painting experience who wants to make consistent, steady progress with their watercolor painting.
Consistent, applied work and practice is the best way to will help push your work to higher and higher levels of skill.
In this on-going series of studio classes, you’ll work along-side other watercolor painters and with the guidance of an experienced instructor.
Each class will focus on a particular facet of watercolor painting. Watercolor is a unique and beautiful medium – with it’s own unique working properties and fundamental techniques. We practice those fundamentals regularly while covering more advanced topics in color, design and composition.
Over this series of studio sessions, we’ll learn and practice the techniques and skills that will enable you to master the watercolor medium.
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These are “drop-in” sessions
Single Session Cost is $30 per session.
Pre-pay at least 4 session for 20% less – $24 per session.
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Class Schedule & Subject Matter
January 7, 2019 – Understanding The Characteristics Of Color: Understanding Value. Bring your value scale. If you don’t have one, make one using this video – https://watercolormethods.com/2018/10/creating-a-five-step-value-scale/
January 14, 2019 – Understanding The Characteristics Of Color: Using Value For Effect – narrow vs wide value range
January 21, 2019 – Understanding The Characteristics Of Color: Understanding Intensity
January 28, 2019 – Understanding The Characteristics Of Color: Using Intensity For Effect – visual impact of high vs low intensity color
February 4, 2019 – Understanding The Characteristics Of Color: Understanding Temperature
February 11, 2019 – Understanding The Characteristics Of Color: Using Temperature For Effect – visual impact of cool vs. warm
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.