Introducing Jennifer Littleton …
New! Foundations of Watercolor
6 sessions, 15 hours
Have you always enjoyed the appearance of a realistic transparent watercolor but wondered how to achieve it? In this course students will learn through a systematic process how to execute a detailed line drawing, transfer it to the watercolor paper, and practice flat washes with round and flat brushes. In addition, students will learn through discussion and demonstration how to create tints, complementary colors, and the use of color theory. Students can anticipate utilizing numerous practice sheets to gain mastery of techniques to render one monochromatic and one full color painting. A supply list will be given to the students during the first class. Students will be inspired and revitalized by attending.
Instructor: Jennifer 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.
ILR583 Foundations of Watercolor
5-Digit Number: 16377
Thu, 3:30 p.m. – 6 p.m., 9/13 – 10/18
Location: Visual & Performing Arts Center/F-118