Arty Special: Aperitif time with Amid El Haddad

Join watercolour artist Amid El Haddad for this 1 hour Special Arty webinar, discussing the use of visual language to set the mood for a painting. Broadcast live from Belgium on 1 July 2021.

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Often at aperitif time, Amid travels to a small town called “Tavernelle in Val di Pesa” where he meets his friends and shares a glass of wine at “Caffè degli amici”. In this inspiring prelude to his full, 2-3 hour workshop webinar, Amid will Introduce you to the narrative and atmospheric watercolour playing with the light and using a visual language to set the mood such as: cars, people, traffic, light.


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Recommended materials


• PAPER: Arches rough and Saunders Waterford 140lb 300g. loose sheet exclusively. half sheet.


• PAINTS: Permanents set of Daniel Smith colours & palette organisation.


Warm Colours: Hansa Yellow, Light - Cadmium Yellow Medium Hue - Yellow Ochre - Pyrrol Orange - Pyrrol, Red Cool colours: Imperial Purple - French Ultramarine - Cobalt Blue - Cerulean Blue - Lavender Earthy colours: Quinacridone, Burnt orange - Red Oxide - Burnt Umber Neutral tint

• BRUSHES: Escoda natural hair: Aquario Squirrel n° 14 &18 - RESERVA | Kolinsky-tajmyr n°12 Escoda synthetic brushes: Ultimo n°12 & 18 – Perla n°10 & 12 - 3043 Versatil n°8 & 12 • OTHER: Palette: Paintbox Craig Young small, Studio easel indoor. Amid works exclusively on an inclined surface. sketchbook for preliminary studies & neutral taped to a light support board, pencil for preparation drawing: I use exclusively 7mm BB mechanical pencil