With your host John
Join artist Randy Hale for this entertaining and informative 1hr Art Class webinar to paint and explore a Cotswold cottage. * Details below * Broadcasting live from Colorado on 23 August 2022, Tuesday at 2PM UK time.
Our short art class webinars are free for Patrons (of any level) to join. If you are a Patron, you will receive the link to join, including downloadable reference pictures the day before the event via email.
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**See Reference photo and recommended materials below**
As a prelude to his full 2-3hr Workshop event, join Join Randy as he introduces you to taking a more 'painterly' approach to buildings. If you’d like your watercolour paintings to become more impressionistic, Randy will demonstrate a style that’s loose and fluid!
NOTE FROM RANDY:
Sketch your line drawing on w/c paper PRIOR to start time - and be ready to paint!
Watercolor is all about timing, so let water move pigments. This necessitates working quickly before paint has chance to dry sooner than you want!
Find out about the related, 2-3 Workshop event here
After the live event, you can download the reference images and watch the complete, ad-free recording as an SKA Patron (level 3 and up) via our Video Library.
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• PAPER: 300# (640 gm), 11”x15” (28x38 cm), Fabriano watercolour paper – Cold Press
Earthtones: Yellow Ochre & Raw Umber
Redtones: Quinachridone Burnt Orange, Transparent Orange, Maroon Perylene, Bright Violet
Cooltones: Winsor Blue, Ultramarine, Cobalt Blue
Greentones: Golden Green, Cobalt Turquoise Light
• BRUSHES: 1” Flat Brush, Med/Sm round for blending, Med size mop
• OTHER: Water container for rinsing brushes, tissue for blotting brushes, lightweight board to fasten watercolour paper to