You are registering for Livestream video instruction on the Zoom platform. This is an 8 week series meeting weekly.
This session will be using the book" Painting Watercolor Botanicals" by Harriet De Winton as a reference guide.
You will need:
Watercolor Brush(es) - Each lesson suggests a specific sized brush ranging from 0 through 8 (0,1,2,4,6,8 to be exact)
Watercolor paint - Each lesson will have specific colors she uses in her lesson, however, use what you have. We sell high quality and student grade watercolors in the shop so feel free to ask and I can curate a set for you.
Watercolor paper - Recommend 140lb Cold Press
Palette - for color mixing. A welled palette or enamel or ceramic plate works fine
Pencil & Eraser
Art Tape (optional for taping down your paper)
When you sign up for the whole 8 week series I will send the book to you as part of your tuition. You are also getting a 10% discount on the tuition.
This class is geared toward participants who have taken my "Watercolor Chapter One" class or have some level of experience with watercolor as a medium.
Week 1: Tulip, Anemone, Rose
Brush Size: 0,2,6,8
Colors: Sap Green, Permanent Rose, Cad Yellow, Cad Orange, Cad Red, Prussian Blue, Burnt Sienna **But use what you have**
|Event Date||Event End Date||Price||Register|
|6:00pm (PST) on Oct, 7th||8:00pm (PST) on Oct, 7th||$45.00|
|6:00pm (PST) on Oct, 14th||8:00pm (PST) on Oct, 14th||$45.00|
|6:00pm (PST) on Oct, 21st||8:00pm (PST) on Oct, 21st||$45.00|
Andrea Chebeleu is the artist and entrepreneur behind A Work of Heart Studio. A creative innovator from a very young age, Andrea enjoys a challenge and most of all figuring out how to make art with what’s on hand. As an art instructor, her greatest joy comes from leading students through a process that, on the surface, looks complex but is achieved in simple steps. Andrea's students appreciate her knowledge of materials, techniques and "try it and see what happens" attitude. Creativity comes from trying and retrying. Andrea takes the fear of trying in her approach of "first, not only." While it may be the first time you’ve tried this, it’s not your only time. Students are empowered to freely and playfully experiment without expectations.