Recreate a classic Michigan winter scene into a watercolor masterpiece with the help of an award winning experienced artist. Enjoy a three-hour class to get started with this media and to learn the fundamentals of watercolor painting using a loose, abstract style. Students will become familiar with the entire painting process, exploring techniques, and mixing colors, while getting lots of individual attention. This class will be a great opportunity to gain quality insights into the beautiful world of watercolor art, and launch you onto your own painting path successfully.
The instructor, Ruth Forman, is a Costa Rica born-American artist who has been teaching for over a decade. She has exhibited and won awards world-wide and is a member of many watercolor societies. Some of her works can be seen at “Ruth Forman Watercolors” on FaceBook.
Students need to bring your own supplies.
Mrs. Forman recommends:
Watercolor paper: 140 lb. cold pressed. 11x15”
Watercolor pigments: Alizarin crimson, Cadmium red, Yellow ochre, Permanent yellow, Burnt sienna, Ultramarine blue, Cerulean blue, Olive green, Titanium white
Brushes: Round brush #8t, Flat brush 3/4”, Liner brush 1
Container for water
Safety First. Artisan Village instructors will set up following social distancing guidelines in each of our classes. The instructor will wear a face shield or a mask at all times. We value our registrant's and our instructor's health and will sanitize before and after all events. Please bring your mask to wear.
Artisan Village is handicapped accessible.