Foundations Of Watercolor
6 sessions, 15 hours
This course is created to provide a strong foundation of knowledge of realistic watercolor theory and practice through discussion, demonstration and practice. Students will learn how to select an appropriate image to paint from and how to do an accurate preliminary drawing. In addition, they will execute extensive test sheets of flat washes with flat and round brushes. While utilizing these skills, students will complete one monochromatic painting. Returning students will continue to learn and develop their color theory skills through demonstrations and exercises while completing a full color painting.
Instructor: J. M. Littleton is a graduate of the Maryland Institute College of Art. She exhibits and has won awards at International competitions. She has taught watercolor workshops throughout the United States including the San Diego Watercolor Society, Hilton Head Art League, and Rhode Island Watercolor Society. Ms. Littleton is a Signature member of the Baltimore Watercolor Society and she founded the Littleton School of Art in Towson, MD. She has exhibited with the American Watercolor Society and the National Watercolor Society. Ms. Littleton teaches in a “realistic watercolor” style.
ACR418 Foundations Of Watercolor
5-Digit Number: 17281
Thursdays • 3:30 – 6:00 p.m. • 4/4 – 5/9
Location: Visual & Performing Arts Center/F118