112 Main Street
Bridgton, ME 04009

(207) 647-2787

gallery302art@gmail.com

  • Facebook

January, February and March

 

Thursday, Friday and Sunday 11:00 am - 3:00 pm
 

Saturday
10:00 am - 4:00 pm

© 2019 Sheldon Ann 

Instructor: Ronnie Brunnock
3 consecutive Thursdays, July 11,18, 25
10:00 am – 1:00 pm
$90 per student 
Minimum 3 – Maximum 5

 

Class Description: Fun with watercolor while trying to make it behave.Experiment with mixing colors, washes, stages of wetness, brush strokes, perspective, and letting the paint work for you. Objective is not to create a masterpiece, but to get into a frame of mind.


SUPPLIES NEEDED FOR WATERCOLOR CLASS


WATERCOLOR PAINTS – Any watercolor paints you already have.There are some basic colors to include but we’ll work with what you bring. Basic colors are cobalt blue, ultramarine blue, cadmium red (light or medium), alizarin crimson, cadmium lemon.Winsor Newton is a good brand.

 

WATERCOLOR BRUSHES – Round and flat brushes, 2 large (1” flat and #8 round), smaller brushes size 6 or 8 round and a 1/2 “ flat or any brushes you have and like to work with.Loew Cornell is a good, inexpensive brand. 

 

WATERCOLOR PAPER – 12” x 16”, 140 cold pressed.Archesblock is good or 22” x 30” sheet which you cut into 4 smaller sheets. 

 

WATERCOLOR PALETTE – I like Robert E. Wood palette as it has large wells for paints, but any other palette is sufficient.
SKETCH PAD – 12” X 15”,Also a ruler, water container, kneaded eraser, #2 pencil, paper towels.


If you are not working on a block of paper, you will need a BOARD OR PLEXIGLASS to tape paper onto and masking tape. If you would like to bring in something you are currently working on and have a question on, please feel free to do so.

 

ANY QUESTIONS, e-mail rbrunnock@hotmail.com

Fun With Watercolors

$90.00Price
Date
  • WATERCOLOR PAINTS – Any watercolor paints you already have.There are some basic colors to include but we’ll work with what you bring. Basic colors are cobalt blue, ultramarine blue, cadmium red (light or medium), alizarin crimson, cadmium lemon.Winsor Newton is a good brand.

     

    WATERCOLOR BRUSHES – Round and flat brushes, 2 large (1” flat and #8 round), smaller brushes size 6 or 8 round and a 1/2 “ flat or any brushes you have and like to work with.Loew Cornell is a good, inexpensive brand. 

     

    WATERCOLOR PAPER – 12” x 16”, 140 cold pressed.Archesblock is good or 22” x 30” sheet which you cut into 4 smaller sheets. 

     

    WATERCOLOR PALETTE – I like Robert E. Wood palette as it has large wells for paints, but any other palette is sufficient.
    SKETCH PAD – 12” X 15”,Also a ruler, water container, kneaded eraser, #2 pencil, paper towels.


    If you are not working on a block of paper, you will need a BOARD OR PLEXIGLASS to tape paper onto and masking tape. If you would like to bring in something you are currently working on and have a question on, please feel free to do so.