Watercolour is primarily a painting medium, but in recent years the number of watercolour drawing tools: pencils, crayons, sticks, and – more recently – markers, has grown to a point where any self respecting watercolour painter might need to take stock and look at the potential of drawing with watercolour. This course explores ideas about using watercolour as both a drawing and painting medium.
What will you do on the course?
- draw with the various watercolour drawing tools and get a feel for how they work and the marks they can made
- dilute the colours drawn on the paper
- overlay watercolour drawing and painting marks to add subtlety to your work
- create both realistic and part-abstracted drawings using the various drawing and painting tools available to the modern watercolour painter
Wednesdays from 10:15 till 12:15
Location – Newcastle Arts Centre – See details to right >
Length of the course – 4 weeks
This course starts on the 4th September
Refreshments – tea and coffee is included.
Level – suited to those who have a little experience of watercolour painting.
Dates to attend:
4th, 11th, 18th, 25th of September
What will you need to bring to the first session?
Please bring some watercolour pencils if you have some, a couple of watercolour brushes, a few sheets of kitchen roll, watercolour paper or heavy drawing paper , and some masking tape.
Jason will advise you each week about the materials you will need for the following session. Anyone unable to attend a lesson should contact him by email and he will advise them on the equipment needed for the following class.
Email – email@example.com
See panel on right for photos, Maps and directions
How can you book a place on the course ?
Course cost – £56
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