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Fun With Watercolors while trying to make them behave

Fun With Watercolors while trying to make them behave


Instructor:  Ronnie Brunnock


Description: Experiment with mixing colors, various techniques like graded and variegated washes, soft and hard edges, stages of wetness, and brush strokes.

Materials Required: 

Paints - Small tubes of professional paints: cobalt blue, ultamarine blue, cadnium red, alizarin crimson, cadnium lemon. DIck Blick's brand, Winsor Newton and Cheap Joe's American Journey all good brands, 

Brushes - An 8"round, a large round or 2" soft bristle brush for wetting paper, 12" Escoda Perla brush from Dick Black. Inexpensive brushes are fine for starting out. Loew Cornell is a good, inexpensive brand.

Paper - 22" x 30" sheet of Arches, 140 cold pressed or rough. We will cut into 4 sheets

Pallette - Any pallette is fine, I prefer Robert E. Wood with large wells for paint

Other - Kneaded eraser, #2 pencil, paper towels, masking tape, container for water

NOTE: Above is are preferences or suggestions but we can work with supplies you already have.


Skill: Beginners welcome


Cost: $100 for 8 hours, 4 sessions in 2 hours segments


Dates: Wednesdays from 10:00 am to  12:00 pm, August 7, 14, 21 & 28


Questions: E-mail Ronnie Brunnock at

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