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Northern Lights in Watercolor

Northern Lights in Watercolor

Monday, December 13
5 - 9 pm

The northern lights, also known as the aurora borealis, have always been a fascinating subject for painters, photographers, and observers. In this class we will capture the beauty of this phenomenon with watercolors. 

We will first explore the greens, yellows and dark blues that work best for the northern lights. We will be using mostly the wet in wet approach. In the later stages of the painting the wet on dry approach and lifting will be used. 100% cotton paper is highly recommended. This class is dedicated to Neal Brown, admirer and researcher of the aurora. 

Monday, December 13
5 – 9 pm

Instructor: Iva Neveux
Ages: 15 and Up | All Levels

Supply list:

Watercolor pallet including your preferred: yellows, blues, indigo, permanent red or permanent magenta, and viridian or phthalocyanine green.

Variety of watercolor brushes including: 1” flat, #6, # 8 or #12 round.


December 13, 2021 5 – 9 pm