Susan Giannantonio, long time WAS-H teacher, will delight attendees with instruction on how to develop a loose painting.
See her website: https://www.susangiannantonio.com/
This ZOOM Paint-In will be Saturday, May 8 from 9:30-12:30. The ZOOM access code will be in your registration confirmation as well as an email the day before the Paint-In. We recommend you sign in at least 10-15 minutes before start time. Fee structure for the ZOOM class will be the same as previous in-person Paint-ins.
It will begin with a demo. The goal is to use a waterscape photo reference and interpret it into a loosely rendered watercolor. Together we will:
- Choose photo reference
- Create multiple fast thumbnail sketches in pencil or charcoal to capture the essence of the scene
- Create quick color thumbnail from one or all the pencil sketches to work out color choices
- Produce a ¼ sheet or 9 x 12” painting from the above
Suggested (but not required) Supply List:
¼ sheet or 9 x 12 watercolor paper—2 or 3 sheets
Small quill (#2) or mop brush
Suggestion: a Mimik Synthetic Kolinsky Sword Liner ¼” brush (~$10 on Amazon)
Stirring straw (coffee stir straw)
Jan McNeill (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Terry Oakes, Paint-in Coordinators