Watercolour Painting Beginners & Continued

Course Name: Watercolour Painting Beginners & Continued
Course Code: PET0CED036
Location / Venue:  Ellesmere Town Hall
Start Date: 18-Jan-17
Days: Wednesday
Times: 1.30pm-4.30pm
Weeks: 8
Tuition Fee: £120.00

PLEASE NOTE DATES TO ATTEND ARE: 18/1, 25/1, 8/2, 15/2, 8/3, 15/3, 22/3 and 29/3

What is the course about?

Suitable for Beginners and those who are fairly new to Watercolours. New learners will be introduced to the essential basic watercolour techniques. Wet on Dry, Wet on Wet, Glazes, understanding colour, understanding pigments, pen and wash, perspective and creating texture, The course will appeal to beginners who want to learn new skills which will give them a real breakthrough into an absorbing activity for life. 
Beginners Continued learners will build on their newly found skills as above. The course will practice and develop the skills of watercolour techniques, explore different ways of using colour, form, tone, drawing and composition.

Is there anything I need to bring with me?

Please bring watercolour paper - 300gram a pad of about 10 sheets approx cost £8, paints, brushes including 1 large round size 12 or above, size 8 round, 1 size 2 or 3 rigger, pencils and waterproof pens. Palette, water jar, tape, ruler, rough paper, paper towel.  

An initial cost could be approx £35 but the paints and brushes last a long time and the main recurring cost is paper.  

Is there anything else I need to be aware of?

Suitable for Beginners and those who have not long started in Watercolours.

Are there any opportunities for progression with this course?

Students can make steady progression through to Intermediate and then Advanced.

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