Watercolor Class - Learning To Let It Flow  with Mary Somers





“I am an art work in constant progress; I am my own canvas, my own colors, my own brushes and my own inspiration.”    ― Efrat Cybulkiewicz

Tuesday afternoons starting
Sept. 19  through Oct. 24

By Mary Somers

Watercolor Class
Beginning to Intermediate


Starting Tues. Sept. 19 - Tues. Oct. 24

Time: 1:00 - 2:30 pm 
Students needing more time are welcome to stay until 3:00


Using a wet to wet approach we’ll learn to “let it flow” more as we begin to paint simpler designs such as trees, people and animals. This 6-week class is for people who have never painted and painters who need to loosen up their painting and learn to let go and let flow.

Mary Somers is a member of The Madison Art Guild and Wisconsin Regional Art Association. She has won several awards and recently joined 14 or so artists where she displayed in the Stoughton Art Walk. She has shown her work at The Agora Art Fair and the Art Fair on the Square.

Bring the following supplies to the first class:

  • Board or plastic to paint on
  • Watercolor paint: aquamarine blue and cadium red light
  • One medium size brush, round or flat
  • 140 lb watercolor paper (may purchase in class)
  • Pencil and eraser

Future classes will need yellow paint: New Gamboge and Naples yellow.  

We will discuss a large group purchase in the first class to save money on shipping.


A great place to buy supplies is Cheap Joe’s www.cheapjoes.com

If you already have supplies, please bring any colors and brushes you own.

 



Cost $100 
Perennial Members receive a 10%  discount

Sign Up   space limit 16 students 
  
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