A personal note from WAS-H about our virtual class offerings:

One of the silver linings to this pandemic is that it motivated us to expand our offerings to include virtual classes online. This allows us to reach a broader audience to participate in our watercolor workshops, keeping everyone safe while still enriching your time at home with the medium we love so much - watercolor and other water media. Being able to paint during these uneasy times is a blessing.

Our current quality of technology is based on each teacher's set up right now, but like our television friends, we are learning as we go. We are talking with teachers about effective ways to view your paintings and provide feedback to you.

Information about Class registration

  • Members must log-in to register for classes and workshops.
  • Non-members pay an additional fee, see each class for specific fees.
  • If enrolling as a monitor, click HERE for a complete list of duties.
  • Click HERE to review our cancellation policy.

WAS-H Virtual Classes

    • June 23, 2020
    • (CDT)
    • August 11, 2020
    • (CDT)
    • 8 sessions
    • WAS-H Virtual Meeting Room
    • 17
    Registration is closed

    VIRTUAL - ABSTRACTION: ORGANIC & GEOMETRIC

    Ellen Orseck

    Eight Sessions

    Tuesdays, June 23 - Aug 11,

    4:00pm-6:30pm Central Time

    $200

    Image:  Aqua Vortex

    Play with various approaches to abstraction in water media.  This course will focus on alternative materials and different ways to utilize tools and surfaces.  Instead of exploring the visual depiction of reality, artists will work non-objectively with color, form, gesture and shape.  Inspiration may come from nature or man-made surfaces, but the practice of reduction, distillation and simplification will transform those images into an entirely different outcome. This eight-week-online-class is open to all levels.

    Note: Please note that registration will close June 23 at 10:00am. Please register early. 

    Supply List & Recommended Reading

    Supply List Abstraction.docx

    Suggested Readings Abstraction.docx

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    • July 10, 2020
    • (CDT)
    • August 28, 2020
    • (CDT)
    • 8 sessions
    • WAS-H Virtual Meeting Room
    • 14
    Registration is closed

    VIRTUAL - From Selfie to The Painted Portrait Digital Portraits in The Modern World

    Ellen Orseck


    Eight Sessions

    Fridays, July 10 - Aug 28,

    1:00pm-3:30pm Central Time

    $200

    Image:  Seeing Green

    In the 21st Century, the concept of portraiture has been radically transformed.  Since the advent of selfies, we see faces differently. Whether you are interpreting a selfie to create a self-portrait or to fashion a portrait of another, the source material has been altered by the digital way we now communicate.  This eight-week on-line painting course is open to all levels.

    Note: Please note that registration will close July 9 at noon Central Time. Please register early.

    Supply List & Recommended Reading

    Supply List Selfie.docx

    Suggested Readings Selfie.docx

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    • August 05, 2020
    • (CDT)
    • August 26, 2020
    • (CDT)
    • 4 sessions
    • WAS-H Virtual Meeting Room
    • 4
    Registration is closed

    VIRTUAL - Learn the Ancient Style of Chinese Brush Painting Techniques

    Peihong Endris

    Wednesdays
    Aug 5, 12, 19, 26
    1:00 - 3:30 pm
    $100


    The Gong-bi style developed during the Han dynasty (206 BC – 220 AD), when great prosperity enabled advancements in the arts. Gong-bi required intense commitment to technique, and the resulting work was sought after by wealthy royal familiesTogether, we will study this ancient technique with its focus on delicacy, precision, detail, and patience.

    Note: Please note that registration will close August 3 at Noon Central Time. Please register early.


    Supply list:

    1. Two sheets of 20”x15” boards as wooden or Plastic Corrugated (Michael’s care Plastic Corrugated sheet 20” x 30”, to make two sheets)

    2. A roll an inch masking tape or Blue tape.

    3. One 2.5 or 3 inch flat soft bristles as sheep hair brushes.  2 small combination brushes as surrounded with white sheep hair and inner with brown hard briskets. Two fine tip brushes for detailed lines work.  

    4. A box of Chinese Marie's color(https://www.jerrysartarama.com/maries-chinese-watercolor-painting-set)

    5. In this section we use non absorbency rice paper; you will need 2-5 sheet of Shimming size Shuen paper 26” x 54” (nonabsorbent rice paper) or Cicada Wing paper( on  orientalartsupply.com the shimmer size Shuen paper called P14BP and Cicada wing Size Shuen called P14C. On Amazon called megrez+shu+xuan+paper https://www.amazon.com/Watercolor-Practice-Japanese-Calligraphy-Thickening/dp/B07Q8TMD4S/ref=mp_s_a_1_3?dchild=1&keywords=megrez%2Bshu%2Bxuan%2Bpaper&qid=1591646576&sr=8-3&th=1&psc=1)

    6. A bottle of Sumi-e ink

    7. Couple of porcelain dishes as your old dish or any kind of tray for mixing colors.  A roll of paper towel. 

    8. a wash jar or container.




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    • August 06, 2020
    • (CDT)
    • August 27, 2020
    • (CDT)
    • 4 sessions
    • WAS-H Virtual Meeting Room
    • 18

    VIRTUAL - Wet & Dry Charcoal Portrait

    Laura Spector

    Thursday afternoons 
    Aug 6, 13, 20, 27
    1:00 - 3:00 pm
     $100

    Explore a step-by-step process of building up a charcoal portrait from a photograph. Class will focus on separating light and shadow, building the architecture of form from short contour lines, and developing a likeness while making choices with how to layer, soften and sharpen edges. This class will begin with the use of brushing on liquid charcoal, which expedites the foundation of the portrait for a more complex and textured drawing.


    Note: Please note that registration will close August 6 at 10:00am Central Time. Please register early.

    Please click here for the supply list:

    Supply List and History - Charcoal.pdf



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    • August 08, 2020
    • 9:30 AM - 12:30 PM (CDT)
    • WAS-H Virtual Meeting Room
    • 10
    Register

    VIRTUAL - Taking on Textures

    Carla Gauthier

    Saturday, August 8
    9:30 - 12:30 Central Time

    $50 member/$60 non-member

    If you're like me you have dozens of brushes - each with its own job. Let's add to what our brushes can do! Learn techniques and ideas to create unique and realistic textures to make your paintings come to life. We will use everyday materials to transform paint into textures that make your focal point POP! You will need your regular painting  supplies, some scrap paper for the experimentation and there will be a list of common household items that you can gather to be able to paint along. We will do a patchwork kind of project - not a finished painting for this one, but we will do a number of practice runs with examples of finished paintings where I have used the technique.

    Note: Please note that registration will close Friday August 7 at 9:00 pm Central Time. Please register early. Handouts and ZOOM links will be mailed to all participants after registration closes.

    Level: All levels

    Supplies you will need for the class….if you have it great, but don’t go to extremes if you don’t have it already!

    • ·       Your regular paints, paper(lots) and gear – you can use student grade paint and paper for all these techniques
    • ·       Natural sponge, tissue and paper towel, things to stamp with (see explanation in handout being emailed), a home made brush if you can find time and materials ( see photo in handout), old brushes, craft brushes, oil or acrylic brushes, colored inks, exacto knife, thin (flat) packaging plastic to make a stencil (like a take-out food lid, or package from a grocery store bakery), stryofoam plates – and anything you have discovered for texture and would like to share!!





    • August 10, 2020
    • 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM (CDT)
    • WAS-H Virtual Meeting Room
    • 25
    Register

    VIRTUAL - Intro to Nonrepresentational Painting/Collage in Acrylic
    Susan Giannantonio

    August 10

    1:00-4:00pm Central

    $50


    Image: Release

    This class will first explore and apply some important design rules.  Secondly we will put those aside (mostly) and have a blast!  Plan for a very busy afternoon. If you’ve always wanted to play with your paints and see what comes out the other end of your brush, join us. It is an exciting way to paint.

    1. Creating Strong Design
    2. Elements/Textures
      1. Making elements
      2. Interesting tools, marks
    3. Begin to let go and have fun!

    Note: Please note that registration will close August 8 at noon central time. Please register early.

    More details:  www.susangiannantonio.com


    Supply List

    12 to 15 sheets watercolor paper or canvas approx. 9 x 12”

    Newsprint, printer paper and/or tissue paper.  Newsprint may have print on it.

    1 to 2” CHEAP hardware brush or paintbrush that will become partially ruined with mat medium

    At least 5 favorite colors acrylic paint.  You may work with acrylics of any kind (inks, fluid, heavy body, etc.)

    White gesso or white acrylic  paint

    Mat Medium (any brand)

    Palette, Styrofoam plates, plastic disposable pan, etc. for paint

    Spray water bottle

    Magazines, sales flyers, catalogues to cut up

    Index cards or Card stock cut to index card size

    Scissors

    Water bucket

    Terry towels or paper towels

    Optional:

    Markers, inktense pencils, caran d’ache, oil pastels, any medium you’d like to experiment with  

    If you haven’t painted/collaged with acrylics before, you might want to cover your work space and wear clothing so you can a little get messy. That’s part of the fun.

    • August 15, 2020
    • 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM (CDT)
    • WAS-H Virtual Meeting Room
    • 0
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    VIRTUAL - Start Sketching Faces: an introduction to proportions, structure and color

    Ksenia Annis

    Saturday, Aug 15
    10:00 - 11:30

    $30

    Human beings are one of the most popular and fun subjects in art, but a lot of artists struggle when working on faces. Sketching faces is not hard with a good understanding of some basic principles. In this class we will talk about some methods of quickly capturing the basic structure of the human face. We'll discuss each individual feature, and review the general principles of showing light and shadow on a face and adding skin and hair color within the time limits of a quick sketch. Students will be given some exercises to practice after the class with instructor available via email to answer questions and give feedback.

    Note: Please note that registration will close Aug 13 at Noon Central Time. Please register early.

    Level: All levels

    Materials: Your favorite sketching supplies, like sketchbook, pencils, markers, watercolor paper and watercolors, color pencils etc.





    • August 29, 2020
    • 9:30 AM - 12:30 PM (CDT)
    • WAS-H Virtual Meeting Room
    • 18
    Register

    VIRTUAL - Paintings At Dusk

    Carla Gauthier

    Saturday, August 29
    9:30 - 12:30 Central Time

    $50

    The Light at DUSK has a certain kind of magic - the subtle light, the color energy and depth is inspiring - but it can be tricky to paint! Sunset skies, shadowed foregrounds, even the glow of streetlights or interior lights can all factor in. Let's take that inspiration, along with color recipes and a certain order of operations to make that last light of day sparkle on your paper. You will be sent a written explanation of what we will do, including color suggestions. You will also get a photo sent, and a simple line drawing to trace, so that you can paint along if you wish during the demo. I will be painting a scene, explaining colors, amount of paint on my brush/paper, and walk you through all the steps. We will take breaks and answer questions as they pop up, and you will see a finished painting by the end of class. 

    Note: Please note that registration will close Thursday, August 27 at noon Central Time. Please register early. Handouts and ZOOM links will be mailed to all participants after registration closes.

    Level: All levels






    • August 30, 2020
    • 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM (CDT)
    • WAS-H Virtual Meeting Room
    • 11
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    VIRTUAL - What Do I Paint First? Order of Operations

    Carla Gauthier

    Sunday, August 30
    1:00 - 4:00 Central Time

    $50

    You have the paints, the paper, the inspiration, but where to start? Being able to look at a photo, and determine a starting point, and steps to take you through completion is a skill that will give you the confidence to take on new subject matter. In this class we will take a number of different subject matters and break them down, using photos, demonstrations, and a list you can follow to break down the process for your own photos and sketches. This is meant to take the anxiety out of putting paint down and layering to create a successful finished painting. I will be doing a demonstration painting in the class to solidify what we have covered. We will take breaks and answer questions as they pop up to help you move forward with your own work.

     

    Note: Please note that registration will close Friday, August 28 at noon Central Time. Please register early. Handouts and ZOOM links will be mailed to all participants after registration closes.

    Level: All levels

    Handouts of information and ZOOM link will be emailed to participants before start of class.





    • September 02, 2020
    • (CDT)
    • October 21, 2020
    • (CDT)
    • 8 sessions
    • WAS-H Virtual Meeting Room
    • 18
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    VIRTUAL - The Quarantine Sketchbook Part II

    Ellen Orseck

    Eight Weeks

    Wednesdays, Sept 2 - Oct 21,

    10:00am-12:30pm Central Time

    $200

    In the time of COVID, artists have become important responders to life and to the creative impulse. During this pandemic we will explore our distractions, entertainments, distant families and our coping mechanisms in a sketchbook which documents the lives we lead in quarantine. Artists will be combining pen, ink and watercolor to capture the world around them in their home and their environments.  This eight-week on-line class is open to all levels.

    Note: Please note that registration will close August 31 at noon central time. Please register early.

    Supply List

    Supply List for The Quarantine Sketchbook II.docx


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    • September 09, 2020
    • (CDT)
    • September 16, 2020
    • (CDT)
    • 2 sessions
    • WAS-H Virtual Meeting Room
    • 17
    Register

    VIRTUAL - Painting Light & Shadows

    Carla Gauthier

    Wednesdays, Sept. 9 & 16

    1:00-4:00 Central Time

    $80

     Can't have one without the other! But how do we use paint and paper to get that warm glow, that sense of light in our painting? In this class we will cover strengthening your value structure, color recipes, how to layer color and how to create shadows that unify your painting and are convincing. This will be a two week class. A write up, photo and traceable drawing will be sent to you beforehand, so that you can paint along if you wish. During our first class, I will cover the basics of how we accentuate the light and shadow we see in our photos. We will take the ideas from a few different photos, exploring options. Then I will start our group painting with the photo in mind, layering color, and finishing the painting during this demo. You will be either painting along, or during the week between classes. Then in the second class we will be able to see your work on a site that allows us all to see what you have finished. There is both an opportunity for feedback on your work, answers to questions and mini demonstrations, like those in in-person classes, that allow for a polished finish to your individual work.

     

    Note: Please note that registration will close Monday, September 7 at noon Central Time. Please register early. Handouts and ZOOM links will be mailed to all participants after registration closes.

    Level: All levels






    • September 12, 2020
    • 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM (CDT)
    • WAS-H Virtual Meeting Room
    • 18
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    VIRTUAL - White and Bright Watercolor Flowers - Old Masters Approach

    Ksenia Annis

    September 12
    10:00 - 12:00 Central Time

    $40

    Watercolor is the perfect medium for painting flowers, but it can be hard to control while preserving white and light areas and defining edges. If you find painting complex floral forms with watercolor challenging, in this class we will learn old masters' approach to painting with watercolor. We will talk about the method of incorporating body color into our paintings, i.e. combining watercolors with artist gouache, as did such painters as John S. Sargent, Winslow Homer and J.M.W. Turner. We will discuss the differences and similarities between these two mediums, as well as technical aspects of painting with both. The instructor's demos will illustrate the process of working on several floral compositions. During the second part of the class students will start a painting from one of instructor's reference photos or from their own, with the instructor available to answer questions.

    Note: Please note that registration will close September 10 at noon Central Time. Please register early.

    Level: All levels


    Materials: Watercolor paper (140 lb), cold press (+ some scraps for testing colors)
    2B pencil
    Eraser or Dry Cleaning Pad
    Watercolors
    Artist (not Designer) gouache - white (I recommend M.Graham brand, you can buy a separate Titanium White tube on Amazon)
    Brushes: round #3, #10, #20; flat 1/4", 1/2"
    2 water containers, paper towels





    • September 13, 2020
    • (CDT)
    • October 04, 2020
    • (CDT)
    • 4 sessions
    • WAS-H Virtual Meeting Room
    • 20
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    Virtual - Urban Watercolor Sketching at Home 

    Ed Pettitt

    Sundays
    Sept 13, 20, 27, Oct 4
    1:00 - 4:00 pm
    $100

    Want to see your living room or backyard through new eyes? This online class will allow you to explore your home through the fun and relaxing medium of urban watercolor sketching. Whether you can barely draw stick figures or you have a degree in fine arts, this class is for you! We will begin the class by learning about the rich history of urban watercolor sketching. We will then review the background and basics of ink sketching and watercolor painting and how they combine to form a powerful tool for connecting with and documenting the environment around you. With guidance from your instructor, you will do your sketches and paintings either indoors or in your backyard. We'll cover composition, value, proportion, perspective, basic color theory, texture, shadows, contour drawing, Japanese etegami, documentary reportage, and more!

    Note: Please note that registration will close September 11 at noon Central Time. Please register early.

    Follow the at home Urban Sketching movement too: #uskathome







    Supplies Needed:

    For this virtual class, please use the supplies you have at home, but here are some recommended supplies as a guide:

    • Mixed Media/Watercolor Sketchbook, 5.5" x 8.5" or smaller, any style
    • Pencils (any)
    • Eraser (any)
    • Pens or fineliners with waterproof ink (e.g. Uniball Vision Micro pen or Micron fineliners)
    • Watercolor palette/paints (any brand/quality, smaller travel/pocket size preferred)
    • Brush(es) (small to medium, sizes 2-6, preferred)
    • Small ruler
    • Paper towels/cloth
    • Optional: Pack of 4" x 6" Watercolor Postcards (any brand), folding stool/chair for plein air, smartphone or digital camera for photographs



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    • September 19, 2020
    • 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM (CDT)
    • WAS-H Virtual Meeting Room
    • 40
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    VIRTUAL - Photographing Paintings & Editing Photos on Your Phone 
    Beth Graham

    Saturday, Sept 19

    10:00am-12:00pm Central

    $40


    This class will cover 4 things:

    1. How to take a good photograph of a painting to submit to an online exhibit.

    2. How to use your phone to edit the photograph so it looks like your painting. 

    3. How to save & submit that photo.

    4. How to edit reference photos to help you create beautiful paintings. 

    You will see exactly how to do these things in easy-to-understand demonstrations AND you will have written instructions to refer back to.

    After you register you will be emailed these instructions on how to take good photos, how to save & submit photos at WAS-H, and how to use all the edit tools on your phone. Print them before class as a guide.

    Learn how to see the details in that too-dark photograph. Turn a so-so photograph into something worth painting!

    Instead of investing in complicated photo editing programs, learn to use the tools already on your phone. 

    While the directions are based on an iPhone, the information would still be helpful in using a similar editing tool on an android phone or a simple editing program. Examples shown include images from both Androids and iPhones.

    Registration for this class will close September 17 at noon central time. Please register early.

    • September 23, 2020
    • (CDT)
    • September 30, 2020
    • (CDT)
    • 2 sessions
    • WAS-H Virtual Meeting Room
    • 19
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    VIRTUAL - Painting From Photos 

    Carla Gauthier

    Wednesdays, Sept. 23 & 30

    1:00-4:00 Central Time

    $80

    Photos help us remember what we have experienced - and they inspire us to create art that puts us back in that place! But how do we take what we need from a photo, simplify and funnel it down to its essence, so our message is clear, that our inspiration is communicated?

    We need to decide on the focal point, what to exaggerate, what to minimize or discard completely, and ideas that will keep you on track to carry this through to completion. This will be a two week class. A write up, photo and traceable drawing will be sent to you beforehand, so that you can paint along if you wish. During our first class, I will cover the basics of how I work with photos, what I am looking for, where I depart from the reference. I will show a variety of photos, what will work, what I may tweak, what I will edit out, explaining options as we go and the reasons for my choices. Then I will start painting with the photo in mind, making necessary changes, and finishing the painting during this demo. You will be either painting along, or during the week between classes, then uploading your work to a site that allows us all to see what you have been working on. There is both an opportunity for feedback on your work, answers to questions and mini demonstrations that allow for a polished finish to your individual work.

     

    Note: Please note that registration will close Monday, September 21 at noon Central Time. Please register early. Handouts and ZOOM links will be mailed to all participants after registration closes.

    Level: All levels






    • September 25, 2020
    • (CDT)
    • September 27, 2020
    • (CDT)
    • 3 sessions
    • WAS-H Virtual Meeting Room
    • 20
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    VIRTUAL - Sketching on your iPad in Procreate: master digital tools to improve your art

    Ksenia Annis

    September 25, 26, 27
    10:00 - 11:30 Central Time

    $80

    Even if you work in traditional media like watercolor or acrylics, developing the initial studies for your artwork is much faster and easier if you are using a digital tool like Procreate app for iPad. This class will give you detailed instructions on how to use Procreate for iPad, but the app itself is not the main focus of this class. We will be learning how to plan your future painting the digital way: without the hassle of printed photos, sketch books and tracing paper. In this class I will explain step-by-step my digital sketching process from creating the initial concept to help me figure out the composition to further developing tonal relationships in the piece and then selecting colors and painting reference sketch in color.

    Note: Please note that registration will close September 23 at noon Central Time. Please register early.

    Level: All levels

    Materials:

    The requirements for this class are: iPad Air 2 or newer (if you can't find Procreate in your App Store, your iPad is too old), Apple Pencil or stylus, Procreate app (buy and install for $9.99).

    • September 26, 2020
    • 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM (CDT)
    • WAS-H Virtual Meeting Room
    • 20
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    VIRTUAL - Your First Show: Photographing, Staging, Pricing, Marketing, and Showing your Work!

    Ed Pettitt


    September 26
    1:00 - 3:00 pm
    $40

    Does the thought of submitting your watercolor paintings to a gallery show give you butterflies in your stomach? Are you unsure of the rules for submitting to a WASH show or afraid that your work might be rejected? Are you at a loss for photographing, pricing, or marketing your work? Or maybe you've submitted to shows before but just haven't had success in selling your work? Then this workshop is for you! We will demystify the process of submitting your work to a gallery show and will give you practical tips to photograph, frame, price, stage, and market your work, with an emphasis on digital tips and tricks for the age of social media! This is a come-as-you-are workshop, but feel free to bring a sample of your work that you'd like to submit to a gallery show.

    Note: Please note that registration will close September 24 at noon Central Time. Please register early.

    Follow the at home Urban Sketching movement too: #uskathome



    Materials:

    This is a come-as-you-are workshop, but feel free to bring a sample of your work that you'd like to submit to a gallery show.


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    • October 11, 2020
    • (CDT)
    • November 01, 2020
    • (CST)
    • 4 sessions
    • WAS-H Virtual Meeting Room
    • 20
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    VIRTUAL - From Urban Sketchbook to Gallery

    Ed Pettitt

    Sundays
    October 11, 18, 25, Nov 1
    1:00 - 3:00 pm
    $100


    Whether you use your sketchbook for urban sketching, nature sketching, brainstorming, or doodling, this class will help you turn those sketches into gallery-quality paintings! This class is for all abilities - the objective is to advance you to YOUR highest potential, not anyone else's. If you're like me, you may look at your just-completed drawing or painting and have the nagging feeling it just isn’t right or that it's not as well-composed or balanced as it could be, but you're not sure what would make it better. This class will give you the tools to identify what's "off" in your sketches and how to make them better, as well as how to make strong drawings/paintings from the beginning. We will cover design dynamics, visual composition and balance, tonal value and contrast, color theory and mixing, as well as tips for still lifes, landscapes, and portraits. We will also go over the steps you need to take to submit your completed paintings to WASH and other gallery shows, as well as how to price and market your work.

    Note: Please note that registration will close October 09 at noon Central Time. Please register early.

    Follow the at home Urban Sketching movement too: #uskathome



    Materials:

    Try to use what you already have at home. We will discuss supplies during the first class so don't worry if you're missing anything. The following are recommended:

    Watercolor set (artist grade tube paints preferred)

    Paintbrushes (flat and round, medium sizes or larger)

    Watercolor pad/paper (at least 8in by 10in or larger)


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    • October 24, 2020
    • (CDT)
    • October 25, 2020
    • (CDT)
    • 2 sessions
    • WAS-H Virtual Meeting Room
    • 18
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    VIRTUAL - Start Sketching Faces: an introduction to proportions, structure and color

    Ksenia Annis

    October 24 & 25
    10:00 - 12:00 Central Time

    $60

    Human beings are one of the most popular and fun subjects in art, but a lot of artists struggle when working on faces. Sketching faces is not hard with a good understanding of some basic principles. During the first session of this class we will talk about some methods of quickly capturing the basic structure of the human face. We'll discuss each individual feature, and review the general principles of showing light and shadow on a face. The second session will be dedicated to color: the instructor will present several methods of showing skin and hair with watercolors, as well as using mixed media to capture models within the time limits of a quick sketch.

    Each session will start with instructor's demo and then students will have time to practice what they've learned - from stock photos or from their own, with instructor available to give feedback and answer questions.

    Note: Please note that registration will close October 22 at noon Central Time. Please register early.

    Level: All levels

    Materials: Session 1: Sketchbook or loose paper, pencils, Sharpies, fountain pens. Session 2: Watercolor supplies (watercolors, cold press 140 lb watercolor paper, round brushes No. 4, 8, 10, paper towels, 2 water containers). Optional: water soluble pencils, markers, color pencils, oil pastels.





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