With your host John
Join watercolour artist Howard Jones for this 2-3hr workshop webinar to paint a Welsh seaside cottage in bright autumn sunshine using a palette of just three colours. ** Details below ** Broadcasting live from Wales on 1 March 2022, Tuesday at 3:30PM (UK time). Please make a note in your diary.
To book a live ticket or pre-order the video, visit the artists shop here >
Once purchased, the relevant downloadable reference pictures and Zoom link will be sent to the day before the event. If you are an SKA Patron (level 2 and up), you do not need to purchase the recording. It is included when you book the live event ticket.
NOTE: When attending the live event, your video and microphone are deactivated by default. You can however speak to the artist should you wish. You will also get the opportunity of sharing your completed painting(s) with the artist even if after the event (or after you have watched the recording), for comments and feedback.
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(link coming on day of event)
**See Reference photo and recommended materials below**
You will learn from Howard all about tonal values in this workshop resulting in being able to achieve a tonal balance in your paintings. You will paint by creating a seemingly complex colour palette from just three colours whilst learning how to convey the specific light that Autumn offers the landscape painter. As you move through the workshop, Howard will share with you the specific brush techniques he has developed in his own work.
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• PAPER: 140lb.(300gsm) NOT Surface. Watercolour Paper. Size 15” x 11” ( Brand: Saunders or Arches or any personal favourite brand)
• PAINTS: Watercolour (Must be Tube Paints) 3 Colours: Indigo / Light Red / Cadmium Yellow
• BRUSHES: (3) 1 inch flat watercolour wash brush / A size 6 Pointed round brush / A size 3 or 4 Rigger Brush • OTHER: Pencil (2 or 3b) & Soft putty eraser Kitchen paper Water tub Masking (decorators) tape Sturdy board to support watercolour paper
Any personal favourite items