August 8, 9
Watercolour on synthetic paper is a cutting edge technique to using ground mineral based watercolour paints. We will explore the basics of this technique, culminating in a 16 × 20 finished piece of work that is wholly unique and truly beautiful. The non-porous surface of the paper means we will be essentially manipulating the water and paint on the paper surface, revealing an ever-changing image as the water evaporates. We will begin with bookmarks, move onto 8 × 10 sheets, and then tackle a 16 × 20 sheet, unless, of course, you’re more comfortable with the smaller size paper. This is a beginner level exploration course that can accommodate up to 15 people. Proceeds will benefit The Art For Aid Project’s efforts to put art supplies into remote Indigenous schools in Canada.
Material costs: $20.00 per person to instructor by etransfer, Visa, MasterCard or Debit
- synthetic paper in bookmark 8×10 and 16×20 sizes (use as many pieces as you’d like),
- ground mineral watercolour paints,
- 3×3″ square cut paper towel pieces
- 2 large pieces of cardboard to protect their work when they leave the class.
- If people have specific watercolour paint brushes they prefer to use, they are welcome to bring those with them
- Extra paper will be made available for anyone wishing to purchase more sheets to continue practicing
Registration fee: Members $120.00, non members $140.00
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