Exploring the Masters
Time & Location
About the Class
EXPLORE THE MASTERS
Join artist Kim Weissenborn live every Monday, for a four week watercolor course exploring the masters. Each week you will follow step by step with Kim, discovering the techniques of a master artist. Embark on an exciting journey learning from Winslow Homer, John Singer Sargeant and more! By copying the masters, you will acquiere a storehouse of knowledge about technique, brush work and color. that will be invaluable in your evolution as an artist. Each session is 2 hours.
WHAT TO EXPECT
Before the class: You will receive a private link. This link will allow you to access Kim's live classroom. Upon registering, you will recieve an email with a reference photo and the supply list for the painting of the week. You must draw the subject matter on watercolor paper before class.
The day of class: Make sure that all of your supplies are set up, and you are ready to logon with your personal link. We will begin promptly at 10:00.am
During the class:
Kim will introduce you to the master artist of the week. We will begin by finding and mixing our colors. Next you will practice techniques. (1hour) Kim will demonstrate the first step (15 m). You will have time to paint (15 m). Kim will take you step by step throught each stage. At the end of the first class, you will have completed two stages. In the second class, we will start with questions and review. Kim will demonstrate the final stages allowing you time to complete after each demo. At the end of class there will be time for questions. Each Painting will take two weeks to complete.
After the class: After the live class has aired, a recording of the class will be available ONLINE to all current subsribers. Students are encouraged to take pictures of their paintings to send to Kim for critique. If you like, your work will be displayed online the following week. All submissions should be sent no more than 3 days before the folllowing class.
What level is this class?
You will need a basic understanding of watercolor. Beginners find it helpful to work in one color, allowing them to focus more on technique and application.
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