September 24, 2021, 11:00am - 12:30pm
Glen Carbon Centennial Library
Arts & Culture, Classes, Free
SEPTEMBER CLASS WILL BE WATERCOLORS:
Watercolors is a light, vibrant medium, full of creative possibilities, thanks to its fluidity and surprising effects. Free of solvents and easy to clean, its simplicity and ease to travel makes it a popular choice for many. It has been used from the very past for illustrating. And still is today, for instance, in botanical art and children’s books. We are going to experiment with it too. You will receive same basic technical instructions at the beginning of the class before trying them on your own art piece. A simple subject (like a leaf, a bird, a flower image, etc.) will guide your creativity and inspire you to create your own little artwork.
List of material:
Watercolor set with two paint brushes (small and medium). Watercolor tray (usually included in the set). Pencil and eraser. Watercolor paper. **Please note: the library does not have any watercolor sets for this class at this time.