Explore the world of watercolor! Watercolor is a wonderful painting medium due to its vibrant and translucent nature, quick drying time, and easy set-up and clean-up. Learn the tools and techniques of the medium while painting directly from engaging still life arrangements. Direct and layered painting methods, color, brushes, and the variety of papers available will all be covered. Receive helpful feedback and critique along the way. Great watercolor painters of the past and present will be discussed including John Singer Sargent, Winslow Homer, Charles Burchfield and Andrew Wyeth. All levels welcome, from beginner to advanced and all forms of expression from realist to abstract.
Dates: 6 weeks, Wednesdays, October 4 - November 8 Time: 6 - 9 p.m. Fee: $250 (includes basic materials) Register by: September 29 (space is limited)
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Keith Leitneris a member of the Cerulean Arts Collective. He holds an MFA from PAFA and a BA in Urban Studies from Temple University. He embraces the quiet two-dimensional artwork as a respite from a world saturated with digital noise. As a teacher, he believes that in order to achieve your creative potential, a thorough understanding of your chosen medium is necessary. He also teaches at Perkins Center for the Arts and PAFA.