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Using Botanicals in a Sill Life Painting

Using Botanicals in a Sill Life Painting

Sundays, February 15 – March 1 / 11 am – 3 pm

Learn to use botanical specimens in creating a complete still life in watercolor. Both botanical painting and still life composition including foreground and background techniques will be taught and demonstrated. No experience necessary.

Instructor: Carroll Charlet
Ages: 15 and Up / All Levels

Required Supplies:

  • Basic watercolor paint set (Reeves or Richardson is fine) 
  • No 6 and No 8 watercolor brushes (or small and medium pointed watercolor brushes)
  • Ten well round plastic pallet (or white dinner plate)
  • Mechanical pencil and kneaded eraser 
  • Roll of paper towels
  • 2 each 9”x12” pieces of arches watercolor paper*
  • *Paper can be purchased from instructor during class for $2 per sheet
February 15, 2015 11 am – 3 pm