John Goodrich, Pathway, Central Park, 2010, detail

Watercolor.

Session 2 begins Monday, July 10th

 

Watercolor for Beginners & Beyond
Nan Carey

Mondays
1 p.m. – 4 p.m. | Studio 4
Course Fee: $165
Materials List provided on first day of class

With demonstrations and individual attention, you will learn techniques of using the challenging, beautiful medium of watercolor. Starting with color mixing, and wash and glazing exercises, you will build confidence in your watercolor painting skills. Drawing experience is recommended but not essential. The fundamentals of drawing — the foundation of painting— will also be emphasized. Subjects will be still-life and plein air landscape in Central Park. The class is particularly suited to beginners, but is appropriate for all levels. The first class will include a thorough discussion of materials and sources.
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Watercolor Outdoors & In the Studio
John Goodrich

Saturdays
1 p.m. – 4 p.m. | Studio 4
Course Fee: $165
Materials List

Explore a range of watercolor and gouache techniques, including wet-into-wet, masking, and resists. The emphasis will be on direct observation and using sensations of light as the foundation for composing an image. Working in the park and from still life and models in the studio, we’ll investigate the expressive possibilities of color and strive for a sense of space and weight. Open to all levels.
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Watercolor Techniques
Weiqing Yuan

Mondays – Fridays
9 a.m. – 12 p.m. | Studio 4
Course Fee: $670
Materials List

Gain an understanding of traditional watercolor techniques, including wet-into wet, layering transparent washes, and working with various papers. Both loose and controlled watercolor techniques will be demonstrated and teaching will be individually adapted to the direction and level of each student. Open to all levels. The instructor will be present Tuesdays and Thursdays.
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