Art Workshop A [F-13-7]
|Location:||SUNY: Satterlee 314|
|Classes:||8 Sessions 2.0 hours|
|Dates:||Fri 10:00 AM 09/13, 09/20, 09/27, 10/04, 10/11, 10/18, 10/25, 11/01|
Art Workshop A is designed both for aspiring artists who wish to learn basic watercolor techniques and for those who wish to advance their painting skills in water media, e.g. watercolor, gouache, or acrylic. A more structured approach will be taken with the former; a more independent interaction will apply to the latter. Instruction will be through both group and individual presentations and also through critiques.
Leon LeBeau has been teaching drawing and watercolor to SOAR participants since the beginning of the SOAR program; he has also instructed art classes at the Remington Art Museum in Ogdensburg and at the For Art’s Sake Gallery in Malone. Leon has participated in numerous exhibits in the North Country and the Adirondacks. In spring 2004, Leon received the very first “Super SOARer” award. The “Outstanding Service to SOAR” award was created in honor of his years of dedication to our organization.
NEEDED SUPPLIES (LINK to a printable .pdf list of the items below):
Items for classroom use: • Basic watercolor set or, preferably, a tube each of cadmium yellow, cadmium red medium, and ultramarine or cobalt blue. (Avoid "student" or "economical" grade paints. • White plastic palette • Watercolor brushes (soft synthetic are fine) that include #6 or #8 round, a ¾" or larger flat, and a #2 rigger, liner or script brush • Watercolor pad (preferable 11X14" of 140 cold press • Water container • Rigid backing board (Plexiglas is good) of appropriate size
Recommended optional items: • small sketch pad (no larger than 8X10") • #2 pencil • white plastic eraser • artist's tape (acid free) • liquid mask (e.g. frisket, misket)
NOTE: A list of needed supplies was sent with your registration confirmation; it is also above.