Due to construction, Museum parking may be limited at the time of your visit. Look for additional parking in free or metered spaces along nearby streets.
Watercolor for Beginners

Watercolor for Beginners

Wednesdays, January 28 – February 18 / 1 – 4 pm

Learn the skills used in creating beautiful paintings using translucent watercolors. Beginners will learn the basics of pallet set up, color mixing, composition and a wide range of watercolor techniques including washes, glazing, dry brush work and “special effects.”

Instructor: Carroll Charlet

Ages: 15 and Up / All Levels

Required Supplies:

  • Colors: Cobalt Blue, Ultramarine, Cadmium Yellow, Alizarin Crimson, Sap Green, New Gamboge, Yellow Ochre 
  • Plastic studio pallet with at least 10 paint wells
  • 2 HB Pencils 
  • Watercolor Brushes: #6 or #7 Round and #10 or #12 Round and Wash (flat) Brush at least 1 inch wide
  • Pad of Arches 140# cold press watercolor paper
  • Roll of paper towels 
  • 2 Plastic water containers
  • Additional watercolor supplies (paints, brushes, etc) are welcome but not necessary

Please mail questions to carrollcharlet@sbcglobal.net

January 28, 2015 1 – 4 pm