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Workshops run 5 days, M-F, unless noted otherwise.
Tom Jones - June 9 - 13, 2014
Creating Atmosphere in Watercolor Landscapes
Plein Air / Studio
"I am a story teller. I tell stories with my paintings of places I have been and things I have seen. I believe that a painting should not only tell a story, but should have a story behind it. All my paintings do."
The workshop will include painting demonstrations that will teach you how to create drama and atmosphere for more excitement in your finished works.
Students enjoy individual hands-on instruction with an emphasis on developing first wash, values, textures, variety of color, edges and shapes, as well as creating the illusion of light.
Tom seeks to make his workshops fun and entertaining as well as help students leave with fresh ideas for painting in watercolor. Tom will critique all students work during and at the end of the workshop and each student will receive a signed print by Tom as a gift.
Limited to 15 students
Beginner - Intermediate
$595 per student
My Palette using Rembrandt watercolors: Burnt Sienna, Gold Ochre, Permanent Red Deep, Permanent Red Light, Quinacridone Rose, Azo Yellow Light, Cerulean Blue, Phthalo, Ultramarine Blue Deep, Permanent Green, Cobalt Blue Ultramarine, Turquoise Blue and Hooker Green Deep.
Field paint kit for plein air days and small folding stole or chair.
Arches Watercolor Paper: 300 lb Bright White Cold Press - 2 half sheet for each day.
Black Velvet Watercolor Brushes by Silver Brush Company:
One inch flat, three quarter inch flat, number six or eight round, number eight script and old small round brush to apply frisket.
Other Items: Large box of tissues (no paper towels) - large watercolor palette with lid - Frisket (masking fluid) - two large plastic water containers - hair dryer - #2 pencil - eraser - 2 hand towels to cover and protect painting while splattering paint to create foliage - two kitchen sponges - gator board or light weight board to support paper and something to elevate top of board about 2 inches.