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Saturday April 28, 2018
BLOOMINGTON WATERCOLOR SOCIETY
Students should plan on arriving at 9:00am to allow for set up of their supplies. The workshop will start promptly at 9:30am and go to 4:00pm with a 45-minute lunch. From 9:30 to noon. Dale will lecture on the basic principles of watercolor especially related to landscape painting. This would include a couple of demonstrations on:
- structures such as a farmhouse
- a small explanation of linear perspective
At noon will be a break for lunch returning promptly at 12:45pm.
In the afternoon students will be provided with a reference photo. This portion of the workshop will consist of a step-by-step painting where Dale will paint the first phase of the watercolor and students will recreate what was demonstrated. Dale will then demo the second phase of the painting, sharing tips and techniques. Students will then paint the second phase. Dale will demo the final phase and students normally are able to complete their rendering of the painting in the allowed time. Dale will provide personal instruction, as needed, while students are painting.
At the end of the day a critique will take place
- 1-inch flat brush
- #nine or #ten round brush
- #five round brush
- an old toothbrush
- Burnt Sienna
- Raw Sienna
- Ultramarine Blue
- Cobalt Blue
- Olive Green or Sap Green
- Alizarin Crimson
- 18" x 24" drawing board (Not needed if you are using a watercolor block)
- Arches bright white or natural white watercolor300# paper: approx. 12"x 14"- cold press
- Arches natural white 300# cold press watercolor block: approx. 12"x 14"
- Mixing tray
- Cell tray to hold the paint (Please note: these two items may be a combination mixing tray/cell tray)
- Water container
- 3/4" masking tape
- 2-B pencil
- Kneaded eraser
- Paper towels
- Spray bottle
- If they have tabletop easels they can use those
The workshop will be open for enrollment by BWS members on the BWS website on March 24, 2018 at a cost of $145 and if seats are still available on April 14, 2018, will be open to non-members at a cost of $160.
9:00 am - 4:00 pm with a 45 minute lunch break
Fee: $145 member/$160 non-member
First Christian Church
205 E Kirkwood Ave (Kirkwood & Washington Streets)
Bloomington, IN 47408
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