Note: This is the IN-STUDIO component of a hybrid class. There will be students connecting virtually via Zoom concurrently with students participating in-studio.
Class Level: Adult and Teens 16+ (All Levels)
All students must comply with the Policies and Procedures found on The Center's website. There will be no refunds for students removed from class for failure to observe The Center’s Policies and Procedures.
MaterialsWATERCOLOR PAINTS – tubes or pans (approx. 7.5 or 15 ml)- Da Vinci, Grumbacher or Winsor-Newton are good choices
- professional grade or student grade: – Grumbacher (Academy) or Winsor-Newton (Cotman).
Professional grade paints are better quality and therefore, more expensive so buy what you can afford.
Cadmium Red Veridian Alizarin Crimson Sap Green Cadmium Yellow Yellow Ochre Lemon Yellow Burnt Umber Ultramarine Blue Burnt Sienna Cerulean Blue Payne’s Gray
WATERCOLOR PAPER - (pad or loose sheets are fine). Michael’s has a pad with mixed textures and weight. If you choose sheets, cold pressed is best to start with – use the brand Arches 140 lb. cold pressed paper – size of sheet 22"x30" - that can be cut into fourths, giving you four sheets to paint on (11”x15” each).
WATERCOLOR BRUSHES - Rounds: #12, #8, #4, #2 (or something close to those sizes) and a Flat: 1"
A BACKING FOR YOUR WATERCOLOR PAPER - 1” larger than the paper size. For a 11”x15” sheet of watercolor paper, a 12”x16” board would be fine (foam board is good or gatorboard, masonite or a drawing board)
Box of tissues or paper towels
Containers for water – 2 plastic deli type work good
Large plastic watercolor palette with cover – (comes with different compartments for paints and mixing area)
Blue masking tape