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This class is intended for experienced lapidary students who can already shape and polish stones.
We will complete three projects. No experience necessary.
Materials: Click here to see watercolors supply list! Please make sure to have all supplies ready for the first session of class.
Set your brushes aside and explore the colorful wonder of fluid acrylics. Fluid acrylic painting is a fun, versatile medium that lets you use a variety of methods for different results. Learn how to pour from a cup, blow through a tube, swipe with paper towels, spread with a shovel, and use many other techniques to create truly one-of-a-kind, vibrant paintings. If you don't like what you've done, you just scrape it off and go again. The possibilities are endless!
For ages 18+. All skill levels welcome.
Required Materials: lightweight plastic disposable gloves (such as Gloveworks Nitrile gloves) and an old apron or shirt. All other materials provided!
This class is intended for those with some watercolor experience who want to continue learning and growing as an artist. We'll complete a few translucent watercolor paintings from a range of wildlife, floral, or landscape scenes. Painting demonstrations, artwork sharing, and discussion will all be a part of this experience.
Eight weeks is all it takes to discover what makes watercolor such an amazing medium! A variety of techniques will be introduced to provide students with the ability to create the luminous, transparent glow that only watercolors can provide.
We will complete three projects. No experience necessary. Palette included in class fee.
Materials: For the first class, only bring pencils and a folder or 3-ring binder for notes. A materials list will be handed out and discussed on the first night of class to ensure you purchase proper materials. (Approved good quality paper is a must to ensure success - Do not bring cheap paper.) You will need your own approved watercolor paper and paint selection. Brushes are the biggest investment, and you may borrow the necessary brushes from the instructor each week.