First Snowfall with Barry Herniman

At 2PM (UK time) Tuesday 7th December join watercolour artist Barry Herniman for this 45 minute Arty Class webinar looking at the subtle colours of a snow scene, live from England.

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**See Reference photo and recommended materials below**


In this inspiring prelude to his full, 2-3 hour workshop webinar, Barry will introduce you to painting subtle colours in a snow scene. You will get to grips with this wonderfully fluid and transparent medium and see all your colours mix and merge on the paper producing untold colour combinations as if by magic.


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Reference painting

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Recommended materials

• PAPER: Tape a piece of watercolour paper, approx 6 x 7 ins, to a board or stiff card. Barry will be using ROUGH but NOT or Cold Pressed will also work well as there is a lot of texture in this scene. At this stage it would be a good idea to have a slightly larger piece of paper to work on as there would then be room to try out your colour mixes beforehand if you so wish.


• PAINTS: Barry recommends using Artists quality watercolours as we will be wanting maximum transparency in our colours and the cheaper brands add binders and fillers to keep prices low . Barry uses Schmincke Horadam Artists Watercolours.

Pure yellow/Aureolin/Lemon yellow/ Indian Yellow/ Rose madder/ Orange/ Madder brown/ Burnt sienna/ Cobalt turquoise/ Cerulean blue/ Cobalt blue/ Ultramarine/ Helio turquoise/ Phthalo blue/ Prussian blue/ Manganese violet/ cobalt violet


• BRUSHES: Nos. 8 & 4 rounds Nos 4 /2 Rigger


• OTHER: Titanium white/ Palette : with some deep wells for watercolour mixes/ Spray diffuser bottle with water/ 2B pencil/ Hair dryer


*****Please have your paper taped down onto your board and your preliminary drawing done ready for the start of the session. Barry will give you a quick introduction explaining his painting methods and colour mixing prior to moving onto the painting.