Hearding - Watercolor Workshop - Making Waves
Workshops are nonrefundable.
Learn how to paint wave action in the watercolor workshop “Making Waves” with Catherine Hearding. Students will learn how to create a sense of texture and movement in water, by using shapes and values. A three-step process simplifies the subject to its basic components and gives students a pathway through the painting process. Value studies and color solutions for water will be explored, as students create a painting full of color and movement.
Supply List- Making Waves Instructor: Catherine Hearding
Professional Grade tube watercolors, good choices of brands include:
Winsor Newton, Holbein, Daniel Smith, M. Graham
Recommended Colors: Please note that these are colors with which I work. You may have colors in your paint box that work just as well. Choose one from color from each line.
New Gamboge or Quinacridone gold
Winsor blue (Phthalo blue), Antwerp or Prussian Blue
Winsor Yellow, Aureolin, or Hansa Yellow
Brown Madder, Burnt Sienna or Quinacridone Sienna
Blue-green or Phthalo turquoise (transparent)
Dioxazine violet (Winsor or Carbazole violet)
Squirrel Mop #6 or similar wash brush
#12 round watercolor brush
140# cold press watercolor paper
preferably a watercolor block (Arches, Saunders Waterford
or Winsor Newton) 9” x 12” or larger.
Use sheet paper of the same above brands and have drawing board on which to tape paper.
Additional Supplies: 3 plastic containers for water and mixing washes Paper towels/ rags
Palette (plastic or butcher’s tray enamel) Drawing pencil
Palette knife Masking fluid