Registration Form for Capturing the Subtle Beauty of Winter in Watercolor workshop
Capturing the Subtle Beauty of Winter in Watercolor with Peg Sheridan www.pegsheridan.com/ (540)886-2177
Date: Wednesday, January 16, 2019 Time: 10 am - 3 pm Description: Winter is a great time to paint, and you can find inspiration all around you! Learn how to make beautiful wet-in-wet washes that depict drifting snow. Also, discover how to paint snow falling, and snowy trees. You will learn several methods for saving and adding whites to a painting. Along with this, you will sharpen your skills in planning a painting. Peg will offer critiques, color worksheets, and one-on-one help. Most students will leave with two small finished paintings. A materials list can be found on the registration form (see below). This class is open to beginners through advanced level painters. Please bring photos of winter landscapes. Location: Shenandoah Valley Art Center, 122 S. Wayne Avenue, Waynesboro, VA 22980, or www.svacart.com. Phone is (540) 949-7662 Cost: $80 Register: Fill out the form at the bottom of this page and mail it to me, with a check for $80, by January 9.
Location: Shenandoah Valley Art Center, 122 S. Wayne Avenue, Waynesboro, VA 22980, or www.svacart.com. Phone is (540)949-7662 Time: 10 to 3:00, with 45 minute lunch break Level: Beginner to advanced Cost: $80, due by September 11. Make check payable to Peg Sheridan. Mail check and form below to me at: 201 Hunters Lane, Staunton, VA 24401. Contact me if you need to make other arrangements for payment.
Materials List (call me if you have questions):
A medium to large sized palette (or a butcher tray or white plate, etc).
Paints: I suggest you bring the following: Ultramarine or cobalt blue; Prussian or Thalo or Antwerp blue, any green, any brown; alizarin crimson or any rose color; any yellow; and either Paynes Gray or Indigo. If you have white gouache or acrylic, bring that also (or use mine). Also bring any other colors you love.
A large (quart or so) water container. A large yogurt or mayonnaise container works well.
Brushes: a small and a large round brush, a 1" flat brush, a rigger and a scrubber
A pencil, eraser, and something to take notes on (or a sketchbook)
A razor blade or Exacto knife
A small amount of table salt
Professional watercolor paper. I recommend Arches 140 or 300 lb. cold press paper. Do not bring Strathmore or Cotman paper. Cut or tear several (about 8) pieces to about 8X10 or 9X11 size.
A board to place your paper on. It could be a piece of foam core, wood, etc. It should be slightly larger than your paper. Also bring a small piece of wood or something to prop up the top of your board about an inch. Or you could bring a table easel.
Reference materials to inspire you; photos or sketches of winter scenes
NOTE: cut the form below off and send to me. KEEP the upper part. ________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Registration for "Capturing the Subtle Beauty of Winter in Watercolor", Wednesday, January 16, 2019, at SVAC Please send this form and a check for $80 to me by January 9.
Name:________________________________________________ Email:________________________________________________ Phone: _______________________________________________ Any concerns or special needs you have: _______________________________________________________
Please cut this portion and mail to: Peg Sheridan, 201 Hunters Lane, Staunton, VA 24401. Thank you!
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