One fluid line of being free, the first page in our sketching journal.
March 8, 2020
November 5, 2019
The index card is wonderful format!!! After 2 layers of gesso I use the pencil to put in loosely the shapes and sizes. Then comes some shading and overall ideas of color. I have been using thick oils to add to the texture, depth and overall feel. A great jump off for bigger paintings and working out the problems beforehand.
The village of Ste Émilion is a must see when one visits France…you will love the rich history, gastronomic adventures and of course, an abundance of wines to taste and leisure over.
October 28, 2019
I will be showing sketching and painting techniques. These will be small studies one can do daily or several in a day. They later can be jump-offs for bigger paintings in your studio or put together in a book of travel memories. You will learn to work in small format, shading, blocking out ideas, use of color and much more. It is a way to iron out ideas quickly and improve your skills.
Come explore and have fun…bring a friend!!!
HCAC member $35.00
November 7th 2019
Thursday at 10am to 12:30
Haywood County Arts Gallery
Main St Waynesville, NC
Call for a Reservation
Email me at email@example.com
Pencil/eraser and sharpener
Pen-indelible ink (recommend Faber-Castell black, extra fine, many are sold in sets with different sizes
8 x 10 Watercolor Pad
Paint brushes: variety of small brushes
Watercolor or Acrylic or Oil Paints, your choice of medium…I will have on hand some watercolor paints