Paint a landscape in Watercolor! Learn how to set up a palette, what watercolor paper is best, brushes and their care; basic composition using photographs; use of color, texture, and perspective; how watercolor is different from oils or acrylics.
Saturday, April 13
9 – 4 PM
- Discussion and demo on watercolor paper, palette, and brushes
- Color wheel – what colors make what colors
- How to paint three dimensional objects in perspective
- How to take a photograph and make it your own composition
- Basic compositional elements: center of interest, perspective, textures, color intensity, contrast
- Demonstrations throughout day
- Time to paint one or two watercolors
- Final critique
$95.00 per person
Materials provided or bring your own favorites
WHAT TO BRING:
Paper, palette, brushes, and water are provided.
Please bring a lunch (filtered water, tea, coffee provided).
Bring photographs of landscapes to be painted, or use Jan’s
Artist Studio / Mancos, Colorado / Email for details & directions
Jan Wright / Instructor
About the Artist:
Southwest watercolor artist Jan Wright has lived in the Mancos area for nine years, having exhibited in Artisans of Mancos all that time.
She has produced over 25 one-woman exhibits throughout Colorado, New Mexico, Utah, and Texas in her 44 years of being an exhibiting artist.
Her paintings are in many national and international personal collections as well as on her website: www.janwrightwatercolors.com