Mon, 08 Feb|
PNE Bespoke Framing
Seeing the Light in Watercolour
Students will learn how to use colour and tone to enhance the effect of light on the still life subject. This lesson will combine a demonstration to help students resolve a finished painting.
Time & Location
08 Feb 2021, 9:30 am – 2:00 pm
PNE Bespoke Framing, 120 East St, Rockhampton QLD 4700, Australia
About The Event
Paints – Any Artists’ Quality brands of watercolour paint, but my preferred watercolour paints are Daniel Smith and Winsor & Newton’. I will leave a reequipments list with Peter at the shop. But for starters bring along your three primary colours.
- Hansa Yellow Light (Daniel Smith)
- Phthalo Blue Green Shade (Daniel Smith)
- Quinacridone Magenta (Daniel Smith)
- Please do not squeeze out your paints as we will be mixing them into your empty wells.
Paper – 300gsm Cold Pressed medium or Rough watercolour paper in a block or pad at least A3 size. (About a ¼ sheet size or larger), Or buy full sheets that can be cut down. Again, only buy Artists’ quality.
Brushes – Bring whatever watercolour brushes you already own but make sure you have a mop and a round with a good point. Don’t panic over brushes as I have a large collection, I am willing to share.
Palette – It is important your palette have large mixing wells. I use the Robert Wade palette from PNE Art and Framing.
Wells – For this lesson you will need to have at least 12 empty wells to mix colour for the workshops.
Other Stuff – Drawing equipment should include a 4B or 2B pencil, kneadable eraser and sketch book. Bring an old rag, tissues or paper towels and masking tape. A spray bottle would also be handy. I will supply the board. If you have a table easel feel free to bring it.