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Watercolor Skyscapes

Watercolor Skyscapes

Wednesday and Monday, August 4 and 9
5 - 9 pm

Join this class to learn how to paint a variety of skies in watercolor. Using mostly wet in wet approach, we will focus on several different types of skies, including multiple variations on clouds, stormy/rainy sky, early morning calm sky and sunsets. 100% cotton paper is highly recommended for wet in wet approach. 

Wednesday and Monday, August 4 and 9
5 – 9 pm

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

Supply List: 

Watercolor pallet including your preferred reds, yellows, blues including indigo and earths including burnt sienna & burnt umber
Watercolor brushes including a 1” flat and a #6 OR # 8 round Brushes 
Graphite or mechanical pencil
Kneaded eraser
Tracing paper
2 plastic water containers
Spray bottle with water
Pad of Arches cold press 140 lb watercolor paper (9”x12” or larger), other 100% cotton brands will also work (Daler Rowney, Bee Paper, Winsor Newton).
Roll of paper towels

Painting
August 4, 2021 5 – 9 pm
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