Workshop: Spring Day in an Olive Orchard with Michal Jasiewicz

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Join watercolour artist Michal for this 2-3hr workshop webinar to explore and paint an an architectural object in the context of natural elements with this olive orchard. ** Details below ** Broadcast live from Poland on 15 March 2022.

 

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SUMMARY

Join Michal to paint an architectural object in the context of natural elements. You will learn how to choose the key elements for the composition and the method of painting against the light and the role of tonal values in building the depth of the frame.


Example painting

Reference Photo

Reference Sketch

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MATERIALS

• PAPER: A half-sheet (~30x50cm) of good quality cotton paper


• PAINTS: Watercolour paints: cobalt blue, ultramarine, Payne’s grey, cobalt teal or turquoise, lavender raw sienna, burnt sienna or iron oxide, magenta, light red, light green or yellow green cadmium, yellow deep and light (or any other light and deep shade of yellow). Some opaque's: titanium white, Jaune Brilliant (Holbein)


• BRUSHES: A medium flat brush, one or two squirrel mops and a few synthetic pointed round brushes • OTHER: Any kind of atomizer, painting knife and some tissues