Portland, OR 2020 Art and Soul Workshops

Workshop Details

Jacqueline Newbold
9:00 - 4:30
Tuesday March 24

Watercolor Windows & Doors


$ 170  

 

In this watercolor workshop, we will recreate old-world charm by painting quaint Italian and French windows and doorways. These are so pretty to paint, especially when adorned with flowers pots that overflow with bright, colorful flowers. We will use a variety of watercolor techniques to achieve rich darks, cool colorful shadows, sparkling sunlight, and interesting textured stone walls. We will play with mixed media, granulating pigments, water-soluble pens, and pen and ink techniques to embellish our paintings. Windows and doors give us the perfect setting for trying and learning new watercolor techniques. All levels welcome.

Materials fee $12 paid directly to instructor at beginning of class includes:

artist tape, gouache, paint markers, glaze pens, letter stencils, liquid latex, water-soluble pens, acrylic paints, gold pens, extra watercolor paint, Masa paper, salt

Supplies You Need to Bring to Class in addition to materials provided by instructor:

• Top quality watercolor paints (not student grade) and palette.
• Watercolor brushes in a variety of sizes such as Princeton Brush & Co. Series 4050: round #3, round #8, ½ inch watercolor flat, and a liner brush size #2 or #4
• Good quality watercolor paper such as Arches cold press watercolor blocks 7 x 10 or 9 x 12 or a good quality watercolor journal.
• Small cotton cloth or washcloth
• Pencil, eraser, permanent black ink pen, Uni-ball Signo White gel ink pen
• Water container and a small spray bottle
OPTIONAL: alphabet rubber stamps, washi tape, Molotow masking pen, Sharpie oil-based paint pens or other colored markers

These are several of my favorite watercolors (Winsor Newton, Daniel Smith, Holbein, and Sennelier are some trusted brands): Cobalt blue, cerulean blue, French ultra-marine, permanent magenta, permanent rose, French vermilion, quinacridone red, new gamboge or Indian yellow, Hansa or lemon yellow, quinacridone gold.
Check out my blog post for ideas of a well-rounded watercolor palette : 

http://djnewbold.blogspot.com/2017/12/a-well-rounded-watercolor-palette.html