Getting Started in Watercolor with Marian Colman

$190.00$210.00

A two-day watercolor workshop for beginners.

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Saturday and Sunday, January 11 and 12 
10am to 4pm 

This is a 2-day workshop for beginners.

Have you been intrigued with watercolor and wondered what it would take to get started in this luminous medium? Designed for those with little or no knowledge of watercolor, this workshop will cover the basic tools and techniques of the medium. Emphasis will be placed on a variety of exercises that will familiarize students with washes, mixing color, understanding value. and using special techniques. The exercises will be compiled in a watercolor notebook that can be used as a resource for future watercolor exploration. The emphasis will be on exercises in using watercolor, not on creating a finished masterpiece! 

 

FALMOUTH ART CENTER REFUND POLICY:

Refunds will not be given within one month of the start of a workshop. Workshops are not pro-rated. A $25 processing fee is withheld from all refunds.

The Art Center reserves the right to cancel any workshop due to insufficient enrollment, in which case tuition will be fully refunded.

Materials

Materials: Artist-quality tube watercolor paints, brushes, watercolor notebook, palette and miscellaneous items such as tape, pencil, tissues etc.

Instructor Bio

Marian Colman has taught for 25 years, 15 in the K-12 public school system and 10 years at the university undergraduate level. She has a BFA in Art Education and a Masters in Art Education. Inspiring students to do their best creative work has always been a driving force for her. Giving to others what she has learned from a lifetime of creativity is satisfying. Marian says: “I believe everyone is creative and can learn to express themselves through drawing and painting. It’s a matter of learning the process and then practice, practice, practice- miles on the brush as they say.”