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Water Droplets in Watercolor

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18+
Intermediate
100
September 11, 2023
September 11, 2023
10:00 - 4:00
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Workshop Overview

Waterdrops are magical to Anji and because of that she set out to discover how to recreate them, and now offers those lessons in the form of this one-day workshop. In the workshop you will fine-tune your watercolor skills by focusing on combining the fluidity of water and the exactness of portraying a rain drop resting on its subject. We will work with portraying a refracted image that shows in a droplet on watercolor paper and learn the tips and tricks involved in this process. An Image to work from will be provided.

About the Instructor(s)

Angela is an award-winning watercolorist and instructor and a juried member of several art societies. She began teaching acrylics in 1984 and studied in oil from 2002 to 2003. In 2006 she changed directions and studied watercolor techniques in Florence, Italy. She began teaching watercolor classes and workshops in 2008.

Materials List: Students Bring

• 140-pound 100% cotton cold press Arches or Fabriano watercolor paper. Do not bring Strathmore or Canson papers, they won't work for the technique.

• Tape and a board to tape down your paper - this is important for doing this technique.

• Please bring your normal watercolor supplies including:

o Paints

o Watercolor brushes - a large flat, a number 8 or 10 round and you will need one "0" or "00" riddler or liner brush. The liner/riddler is very important for creating long stretched lines inside the droplets.

• A water container, paper towels, rags and your other regular watercolor supplies.

• Pencil and eraser for sketching

Materials List: Provided by Instructor(s)

• Water Droplet reference image

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