Last night I taught a very fun beginning watercolor class. Some of these students were interested in art, but had never watercolor painted and/or had very little experience. The sunrise landscape watercolor painting taught students how to work wet-in-wet tilting the board and allowing gravity to mix the paints and washes. It was a fun evening of sharing stories, learning new techniques, asking questions, and being open to the spontaneous nature of watercolor paint. I have so much fun teaching these classes and it is always thrilling to see students make discoveries and get interested in the painting process. Controlling watercolor paint is a tricky endeavor, but these students results are pretty amazing!
This month I will be teaching Discovering Watercolors a more intensive 3 week class starting on February 18. For more information on this class go http://www.adamvanhoutenartist.com/adult-classes.html
If you are interested in watercolor painting, and are unsure of where to start why not give one of these classes a try?
Check back to my website in the future as I will be posted future class dates and times.
Looking forward to painting with you.