Wednesdays: February 21st – March 21st (5 weeks) from 5:30-7:30 pm
No Prerequisite. The color theory can be taken at any time by any level so it doesn’t necessarily precede any particular level.
Ever wonder why your color is muddy? Frustrated that you can’t mix what you can imagine? Have too many colors and can’t decide? Limited palette split primary color theory is for you. Gain confidence and skill with carefully designed demos and projects that help you learn to mix vibrant and predictable color with just 6 pigments, understand color vocabulary, make a color and value chart for problem solving, discover pigment characteristics. Materials list available in store or after registration.
Saint Paul artist and writer Tara Sweeney has been creating with pocket-sized watercolor supplies for nearly forty years. “Close to Home: Sketching a Minnesota Year,” is her debut collection of illustrated creative nonfiction featuring local people, places and things. She retires April 2017 after 25 years of teaching drawing and painting for Augsburg College where she designed and led 10 travel-sketching programs. You’ll find her sketching anywhere curiosity leads her.