Join Carol Pullen in her workshop on how to use watercolour pencils.
Paint a scenic view of a light house and yacht club with a watercolour base wash followed by water colour pencil detailing. Techniques will include masking, blending, detail paper bruising and wet in wet wash.
If time permits a smaller project of a sunset with dark silhouettes will follow using the same techniques.
This is a two-part workshop and registration is for both dates. Part 2 takes place on Sunday, May 5.
OAA Members $65 | Non-OAA Members $75
Have a question? Contact us. We are more than happy to assist you with any questions you might have regarding our workshops.
About the Instructor:
Carol studied pen, ink and watercolours in the UK, and received her Royal Society of Arts. After a 30-year banking career, she took early retirement and art once again became her focus. She has been teaching for 10 years, and considers herself very fortunate to have taken many classes with amazing teachers in watercolours, pen and ink, acrylic painting, coloured pencil and some soft pastels. She teaches through recreation programs in two townships, and in was 2015 certified in fine art with Grumbacher, whom she represents through two Michael’s stores.
Art is her passion, and Carol enjoys teaching others to find their niche in the wonderful world of art.