Watercolor Landscapes for adults and high school students
Mondays, January 16, 23, 30, February 6, 13, 27, March 6, 13 from 3 to 5 p.m.
Please note this class will not be held on Presidents Day, February 20, the library is closed.
This watercolor class is for everyone at every level wanting to learn new techniques and paint buildings and landscapes. Students will create a landscape as the instructor leads them through the basics of material layout and design as well as watercolor techniques. This class has a requested supply list available online and in the library’s information center. Instructor: Jack Fetzer
Instructor: Jack Fetzer
If you have painted previously bring your usual supplies. If you are a beginner, you will need the following supplies.
Tubes of student grade watercolors:
Van Dyke Brown, Cerulean Blue, Raw Sienna, Cad Red, Olive Green and Ultra Marine Blue
Brushes, synthetic or sable:
#6 round, #8 round, #6 rigger and 1" flat
Plastic palette for mixing.
2 sheets of 30x22 (140 lb) watercolor paper we cut one sheet into 4 pieces (11x15)
16 x 20 piece of plexiglass, masonite
or stiff cardboard
3/4 " drafting tape
HB or 2B pencil & eraser