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Painting Traditional and Experimental Watercolors
May 7 @ 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
One event on May 8, 2022 at 10:00 am
Class Description: Learn to use traditional and experimental watercolor painting techniques.
2-day workshop; Saturday, May 7th and Sunday May 8th.
To sign up, contact Wes Hanson at (208)651-1346.
Subject Reference Materials: Bring photographs of subjects that interest you.
Drawing Materials: A No. 2 school pencil, eraser, and 8.5 by 11-inch white paper.
Watercolor Paper: One full sheet (22 by 30 inches) of Arches all-cotton, 140 lb. cold press paper, and one 20 by 26-inch piece of white Yupo (plastic) paper.
Support Board: A plywood board measuring approximately 13 by 17 inches, smooth on one side.
Brushes: A one-inch flat and a No. 8, 10, or 12 round watercolor brush. Other Tools: Brayers, sponges, stencils, toothbrushes, tissue, plastic wrap, spatulas, palette knife.
Watercolor Paints: Artist quality tube paints of the following colors, or their equivalents: Hansa Yellow, Quinacridone Rose, and Ultramarine Blue. If you have other colors, bring them along.
Palette: A large, undivided white plastic or porcelain dinner plate or other white palette you own.
Water Container: A wide-mouth container that holds at least a quart of water.
One-Inch Masking Tape. Paper Towels. A Plastic Tablecloth. Face Mask.
Register by sending this filled out and signed form and your check, payable to Wes Hanson, to Wes Hanson, 2725 W. Carder Ln., Coeur d’Alene, ID 83814.
Your Name ________________________________ Class Name __________________________
Phone _____________________________ Email ______________________________________
Class size is limited. A waiting list will be used. All students are required to fill out and sign this registration form. This is an adult class, with teens accepted with pre-approval by the instructor. Signing this registration will release Wes Hanson, Spokane Art Supply and associates of all responsibility for damages or harm incurred on the premises.
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The cut-off date to determine if this workshop will take place is Monday, May 2. After this date, if the workshop is going to take place, there will be no refunds for students unable to attend.