Portland OR 2018 Art and Soul Workshops

Workshop Details

Jacqueline Newbold
9:00 - 4:30
Tuesday - Feb 13

P294 - Inky Doodle


$ 150  

 

Combining pen and ink with watercolor creates an exciting and spectacular look in paintings. In this workshop, Jacqueline will teach you a variety of artistic ways to use watercolor paints with water-soluble and permanent ink pens. You learn how to create big bold letters with a colorful variegated watercolor wash, how to use water-soluble pens with watercolor paints, how to use permanent pens and pen and ink to enhance your watercolor paintings. These techniques are perfect for enhancing your art journals too!

Materials Fee $10 payable to instructor at beginning of class includes:
Extra paints and brushes for students to use if they don’t have their own, Artist tape, white gouache, Glaze pens, Oil paint markers, water-soluble pens, Stabilo pencils, Sakura 3D pen, Acrylic inks, Wax paper, book pages, gesso, sponges, letter stencils

Supplies Needed to bring for Class:
• Your watercolor supplies, including your watercolor paints, palette and brushes or consider my new DANIEL SMITH Extra Fine Watercolor Jacqueline Newbold Traveling Kit. This is a wonderful way to get started! A savings of over $60 and includes free shipping! Check out what is included in the kit on my blog: djnewbold.blogspot.com. The only way to order the kit is to call or email Joan Wright at Daniel Smith Art Supplies: EMAIL: joan.wright@danielsmith.com or CALL: 206-812-5877 ext 454.
NOTE: If you do not have this kit, please try to have similar colors (other brands such as Winsor Newton, Holbein or Sennelier are great) on your palette for this workshop. Here are a few of the colors I recommend: new gamboge, hansa yellow, Winsor red, permanent rose, phthalo blue, and cerulean blue. 
• A ½ inch flat watercolor brush
• Watercolor paper, Arches 140 Cold Pressed
• A drawing pencil and kneaded eraser
• Permanent black ink pen
• Water container
• Washcloth or sponge
• Small spray bottle

Optional items: Letter stencils, Sharpie oil-based paint fine point pens, colored markers.