July 2, 2016

Close To Home: A Watercolor Landscape Journey......palette & color wheel

Hi guys! I'm back today to share more about my class over at the Jeanne Oliver Creative Network called Close To Home: A Watercolor Landscape Journey.  I've been sharing on Instagram and Facebook a few more sneak peeks and will share more here on the blog as well.  
 I will take you through the basics of setting up a watercolor travel palette, discussing which watercolors are best, what half pans are and will show you several types of watercolor palettes that I own and like to use.  At the registration page on Jeanne's site, I also have my supply list available which includes my current 24 colors of watercolor paints that are in my palettes. Just follow through the link above and click on my class within the blog post.  From there you may have to register on Jeanne's site, then will be able to access the class sign up.  You can see the supply list without signing up though.  That way you can tell what supplies you might need if you're interested in the class.  
I'll also be revisiting/introducing the color wheel theory and we'll create a beautiful color wheel that will be like a piece of artwork in your studio.  You can reference it time and again and I'll give you some tips on how to easily reproduce your color wheel to keep with you at all times.

There's been lots of excitement and many of you signing up for the early $28 registration price.  Thank you!  I hope you'll join me as there is LOTS to learn.  Whether you are an experienced painter or just a beginner, this will class will be perfect for you.  Can't draw?  That's okay because the landscapes that we'll be using as references are simple enough that just a few lines are all that are needed.  We will build upon the lessons we learn as we get through the 4+ hours of videos.  You can access the videos and watch them at your leisure, again and again.

I'll be back with more fun details of the class soon.  If you have Instagram I am MishWooderson and my Facebook page is HERE if you want to follow along with more frequent posts of mine.  Thanks as always for stopping by and I hope to see you in class!

1 comment:

katrynka said...

I cannot find where to look at the supply list. I joined the sight, clicked the buy the class, still don't see supply list n

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