Watercolor Technique & Color Theory Live Mini-Course
The units in this Mini-Course move sequentially from essential beginning skills to further application as ability develops. A beginning painter can have mastery of one aspect of water and pigment management, for example, while a more experienced painter does not. Experienced painters find this course helps them to identify and fill technical gaps. Offered just eight times this year (February-October) learn the essentials of watercolor technique and color theory from Jana L. Bussanich during this 3-hour Zoom session.
Make a Wetness Scale: Water management and ratios are essential to successful painting with watercolor.
Make a Consistency Scale: Pigment to water ratios are an essential component of successful watercolor painting.
Make a Technique Card: Learn three essential painting techniques used in watercolor.
Mix the Color Wheel: Make a color wheel by mixing the three primary colors - red, yellow, and blue. With practice, you can mix any color you can imagine or see.
Discover Your Color Preferences: Paying attention to the color choices we make, the colors we like, and the colors we dislike is one of the first steps to discovering our unique way of expressing ourselves while painting.
To receive the mini-session Zoom link, please provide your best email contact at checkout. Course participants receive complete course materials after the Zoom course is completed.
At all levels, beginner through experienced painters, we focus on literacy, competency, and mastery of the skills needed to make compelling art.
This mini-course is a prerequisite to joining the Yellow Couch Classroom online.