Sue Dion - Alternative Surfaces in Watercolor: Wave Studies (Online); Mondays, April 26-May 17, 2021

Date: Mondays, April 26-May 17, 2021
Time: 10:30 AM-12:00 PM Pacific Time (1:30-3:00 PM Eastern Time)
Level: All (some previous experience with watercolor helpful)
Medium: Watercolor

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Our live online classes are taught via Zoom. Students have the opportunity to interact with the instructor and other participants, watch live demos and receive feedback and instruction. You will have access to a class chat forum on our website where you can share work, comment and ask questions. You will also have access to recordings of the class that will expire 30 days after the final day of the course.

To take this class, you need a microphone and camera enabled computer OR an iPad /smart tablet OR a smart phone (android or IOS) and a strong internet connection.

You will receive an email with the Zoom link and class details 5-7 days before the class starts (don’t forget to check your junk folder). Find out how to access the class group message board here. 

Learn how to paint waves and explore five distinctive watercolor surfaces in this four-week course. Enjoy lectures, demonstrations and exercises as you experiment with new watercolor surfaces and create multiple small paintings each week.  Topics covered in this course include the structure and movement of waves, how to manipulate edges in watercolor, using a mother color, perspective in the ocean and unique ways of applying masking fluid.  A packet of papers for this class can be purchased from the instructor here.  (Please allow ample shipping time.)

Some prior experience with watercolor recommended.

Sue Dion’s passion for painting and her contagious enthusiasm have made her a highly sought-after instructor for over 20 years.  Sue is a member of the teaching faculty at the Worcester Art Museum, a Gamblin Demo Artist and a popular presenter and instructor for regional and national arts organizations.  Sue has studied at the Rhode Island School of Design and The Art Institute of Pittsburgh as well as with many artists whose work she admires. Sue’s delightfully loose paintings are created in acrylic, oil and watercolor and can be found in public and private collections worldwide.

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