About this Event
Watercolor Basics: Understanding the Split Primary Palette
4 Sessions >> Sunday >> March 13- April 3
11:00am-1:30pm, Arch Art Supplies, $180
Learn the fundamentals of mixing watercolors using a split primary palette. We will start with the basics of pigment selection, water control in your paints, color charts, and color matching. We will finish by painting a still life utilizing techniques that we have learned in class.
Individuals in this workshop can also expect to learn the differences between cold press and hot press watercolor paper, importance of paper weight, how to choose the right brush, and how they all come together to give off different techniques in watercolor application.
Joy DiPaola is a watercolorist living and working in the Bay Area. Originally from New York City, Joy gets her inspiration from the San Francisco urban environment. She has invested the last 30 years of her life learning and experimenting with a variety of media including oils and various forms of fiber art. A self-taught artist, Joy's work has been featured as a cover piece for Stillman & Birn's Nova Series sketchbooks.
Event Venue & Nearby Stays
Arch Art Supplies, 1490 17th Street, San Francisco, United States