POSTPONED: One Day Artist Workshop: Multi-Watermedia Painting on Watercolor Paper
As of March 16, 2020, this workshop is canceled due to the coronavirus situation and will be rescheduled later in 2020. If you are already registered for this workshop, you will be contacted as soon as possible regarding the rescheduled date.
MULTIWATERMEDIA PAINTING ON WATERCOLOR PAPER
MONDAY,MARCH 30TH, 9:00 a.m. to 4 p.m. $70 Max in Class: 14
All Levels of Artists are welcome. Supply list, below.
“THE AGUIRRESPRINGS VISITOR”
by Marie Siegrist, NMWS.
This workshop will explore the charmsand possibilities of using acrylic and watercolor in the same painting working on Cold Press Watercolor Paper.
The image is one of combined sources. What I believe is a Cooper’s Hawk, which visits my backyard, is combined with an old dead tree at the top of a rim in Aguirre Springs.
We’ll scumble, spatter, and stipple acrylic paint to make a foreground that suggests a tangle of grasses and other undergrowth. The old dead tree with textured bark is also acrylic while the soft sky and the hawk (or other bird/animal of your choice) are watercolor.
While this is not a beginner project, I will have another version for those who are less experienced painters.
I will have reference photos and drawings for workshop participants to use OR you may use your own references and drawings of a similar composition.
SUPPLY LIST FOR MIXED MEDIA WATERCOLOR/ACRYLIC WORKSHOP, MARCH 30, 20
PAPER: 140 lb or 300 lb Cold Press Paper. A quarter sheet (11” x 15”) stretched on a board prior to class. Alternatively a 12 x 16 Watercolor block is convenient for class (no stretching needed).
BRUSHES: I will be using synthetic brushes in following sizes. Fine sable is not recommended for acrylic paint.
* 1” Bob Ross Landscape Brush. If you don’t have this a 1” paint or varnish brush from the
Hardware store will work
* #4 and #8 round synthetic brush with a good point
* ½ inch bright brush (a short bristle flat brush)
* 1” OR 1 ½” flat wash brush
* #4 liner brush
* #4 fan brush
ACRYLIC PAINT: PREFERRED IS GOLDEN FLUID ACRYLIC, THEY CAN BE ORDERED ON LINE FROM DICK BLICK OR CHEAP JOE ART SUPPLIES. 1 OZ BOTTLES ARE SUFFICIENT FOR THIS WORKSHOP. IF YOU ONLY HAVE HEAVY BODY ACRYLIC & PREFER TO USE THEM, JUST BRING THEM, WE CAN WORK WITH THEM IN THIS WORKSHOP. COLORS FOR FLUID OR HEAVY BODY ARE: TITANIUM WHITE, DIARYLIDE YELLOW, RAW SIENNA, ULTRAMARINE BLUE & QUINACRIDONE MAGENTA.
I WILL PROVIDE ACRYLIC SECONDARY COLORS FOR USE IN THE WORKSHOP.
WATERCOLOR PAINT: I USED A LIMITED NUMBER OF WATERCOLOR PAINTS. They are: COBALT BLUE,
ANTWERP BLUE, QUINACRIDONE MAGENTA, RAW SIENNA, BURNT UMBER, ALSO TITANIUM WHITE GOUACHE.
WATERCOLOR PALETTE: For watercolor bring your usual watercolor palette.
ACRYLIC PALETTE: DO NOT USE your watercolor palette for acrylic paint. For acrylic paint use a couple of white plastic plates OR a paper palette for acrylic OR a Stay wet palette.
WATER CONTAINERS: Two plastic containers and a spray bottle.
MASKING FLUID: I use MISKIT by Grumbacher. A masking fluid pick up is also handy to have.
MISCELLANEOUS: Paper towels…plain white Kleenex… Old, soft toothbrush…an old terry hand towel…pencil and sketch paper… kneaded eraser…cellulose sponge with texture of holes. Rinse the sponge thoroughly before the workshop.
575-647-1193 OR firstname.lastname@example.org
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