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Fundamentals of Ink and Watercolor Washes
Fridays: 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm between February 24 - March 10
In this series, students will learn techniques in both mediums step by step with time to experiment. For the ink work, we will start with a line drawing in permanent ink (Micron pens), a simple still life with natural objects. Then, students will lay in the tones with ink wash. They will work on two pieces alternately to allow layers to dry.
The watercolor piece will differ as we will loosely follow the sunset example shown here. Like the ink work, students will work on two alternately to allow layers to dry. With watercolors, blending is possible when wet, but if one wants to see the divisions between the stripes, and for the colors to remain bright, the paper must dry in the process.
All materials included.
Please use the Notes section during registration to list any accommodations your child may need during the class.