WATERCOLOR INTENSIVE: WORKING LARGE

April 24-25, 2022

     A wonderful opportunity to experiment with with watercolor in a variety of experimental ways on a large scale.Historically we associate watercolor with small scale works on paper. In this workshop, our efforts will be magnified, very physical and exciting. We will be working wet & dry. Open to continuing artists who love  the adventure of the way of watercolor, and those who want to explore and expand their personal vision and celebrate the versatility of this vibrant medium!

Sat-Sun 10 am-4 PM
Studio55,55 Howe Road Martinez, Ca
Tuition $350
Pre-Register: http://www.studio55martinez.com
Workshop limited to 10 participants

MATERIALS LIST:

 Paints:

Tube watercolors: I primarily  use Daniel Smith, some Winsor Newton, Holbein and Graham
Suggested colors: Cadmium Yellow Hue, both medium & Deep, Quinacridone Gold,
                               Cadmum Orange Hue,Quinacridone Sienna, Quinacridone Coral,  Cadmium Scaret Hue, Pyrrol Red   
                               Quinacridone Rose, Quinacridone Magenta, Carbazole Violet
                                French Ultramarine Blue, Indanthrone Blue, Pthalo Blue
                                Pthalo Green Yellow Shade (PG 36), Perylene Green
                                Payne’s Grey, Lunar Black

( This is just my collection- feel free to eliminate or add your own choices)
                                                          

PAPERS:

A roll of 44″x10 yd D’Arches cold press or hot press watercolor paper,  The process for flattening the paper is a bit arduous, but well worth the effort. ( To be explained)
5 sheets 22″x30″ D’Arches Cold Press Watercolor Paper.

BRUSHES:
Your collection of both rounds and flats, making sure you have some really big round mop brushes 
7″ Hake goat hair brush (wide flats made by Mandalay: get at Jerry’s Artarama online

SUPPORT BOARDS:

Boards need to fit size of paper:1/2″ foam core about 30″x40″ because it is light.  If you prefer, plywood will work fine.
2 large  sheets  old plexiglass  30″x40″(the plexiglass can be thin sheets)

ADDITIONAL MATERIALS:

Covered Palette,
smaller plastic dishes for mixing and pouring

6 small travel size spray misters ( on Amazon or Bed Bath & Beyond)
Larger spray bottle for water

White metal mixing tray 
2 “ or wider Masking tape, Bull dog clips , Blending stumps/Q tips
Portfolio ( can be homemade & cardboard) for storing work
Extra mark making tools: scrapers, silicone wedges
Roll of paper towels
Rags ( to use as brushes)

 

 

 

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