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MultiMedia Floral Painting with Botanicals

  • November 16, 2019
  • November 17, 2019
  • 2 sessions
  • November 16, 2019, 9:30 AM 3:30 PM (CST)
  • November 17, 2019, 9:30 AM 3:30 PM (CST)
  • WAS-H 1601 West Alabama at Mandell, Houston, TX 77006
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  • Member Registration
  • One monitor per class will receive discount in exchange for helping teacher with specific tasks. Registration code is given to those who have completed the training class.
  • Non-member registration fee is an additional $10.00 per day
  • Recipient of gift certificate can enter registration code received from teacher or education director.

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Susan Giannantonio

Saturday and Sunday

Nov 16, 17

9:30am - 3:30pm


This workshop is a follow-up to the very popular previous Botanicals workshop offered by WAS-H past president Susan Giannantonio. Plant material can enhance and almost paint your painting for you!  And this time, you’ll have an opportunity to try something new: watercolor on canvas (as well as paper)! Stay after class Sunday to attend the reception honoring the award winners of the Winter "Small Treasures" exhibit and do a little early holiday shopping for someone special.

lucholiz@gmail.com281-347-9043   Click on this link for more details about the class www.susangiannantonio.com

NOTE: Unusual supply list!

Supply List:

  • Leaves.  Plants with printable veins, flattened in a book (not phone book, you need them to be weighted, flat). For best results, keep the plants flat in the book until the moment you use them in class.  Ferns and grasses, trees and bushes with prominent veining on their back side work beautifully.  Also, interesting leaf shapes are lovely even without veining.
  •  Masking or painter’s tape
  • Watercolor pencils (optional)
  • Rocks, flat glass marbles (floral arranging marbles), or weights for plants.  May be bought at most Dollar-type stores
  • A baggie of fresh grass from your yard
  • Watercolors
  • A pad of watercolor paper.  We will do multiple paintings.  
  • Canvas, optional. Any size
  • Favorite watercolor brushes.  Especially a mop or round that holds a lot of paint/water
  • Spray bottle or mist bottle of water
  • Bottle of diluted dish detergent or shampoo. 
  • White gouache (optional)
  • White acrylic paint or paint marker(s) (optional)
  • Paint cloths, rags or paper towels (I use terrycloth)
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