Watercolor Made Simple (JAN 23)
WATERCOLOR MADE SIMPLE
with Stacey Small-Rupp
January 23 - February 27 (6 sessions)
- Time: Thursday Mornings @ 9:30AM-12:00PM
- Cost: $95 for class (supplies not included)
- Age: 18+
- Instructor: Stacey Small Rupp
REGISTRATION DEADLINE: Thursday, January 16th!
This class is designed for the beginning to intermediate student. Basic watercolor techniques will be covered through step-by-step instruction. Experiment with wet-on-wet, wet-on-dry and hard and soft lines. Students will create a new painting every session with the goal being to make your painting look like a watercolor piece. Several small paintings will be completed and you will end the day inspired to find your own personal style.
*This class is rooted in photo realism.
Please visit Micheals to purchase the following supplies:
--Pad of paper, 9x12 or 11x15! I prefer Canson over Strathmore.
--Colors: Ultramarine, New Gamboge, Quinacridone Magenta (If you can’t find the three colors I have listed, you can get an assortment of rainbow colors. I don’t use white, black, or brown! Stay away from the Artists Loft brand. Windsor&Newton is best!)
--Brushes: 0 rigger, 6 or 8 round, 12 round
--Masking tape, masking fluid, and some kind of hard board (plexiglass or Masonite) to tape your paper to. (We won’t use masking fluid the first day)
Stacey Small Rupp earned a Bachelor of Fine Art from the University of Wisconsin - Stout in 1992 and has been painting with watercolor for over 20 years. In addition to teaching at The Clearing, she teaches watercolor classes at the Art Garage in Green Bay and is a juried member of the Wisconsin Watercolor Society. As a native of the early Scandinavian settlers of Northern Door, she is inspired by the local landscape and is represented by Cottage Row Gallery in Fish Creek.