WATERCOLOUR Painting Classes - Brisbane
White is not ordinarily used in watercolour but rather, white areas of a composition are left unpainted leaving the white of the paper exposed. Watercolours are most commonly sold as cakes of dry paint (pans) or as liquid tubes; water is added in varying quantities to achieve the various effects. The paint can be applied with myriad techniques such as wet-on-wet and wet-on-dry to obtain different effects and saturation of pigment.
Whether you want to paint florals, land and cityscape scenes or keep a visual travel diary, I can show you how to go about getting started and maintaining your practice. Relaxation is a key benefit of working with the natural translucence and fleeting fluidity of watercolour.
Classes cater to a range of styles from crisp, graphic botanical art to spontaneous stylization and to absolute abstraction, plus everything in between.
Watercolours are a good choice if you have limited space to work in at home, plus clean up is a breeze!
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