Getting Your Feet Wet: Watercolor for the Non-Artist taught by Monica Fogg
March 6, 2021 @ 10:00 am – March 7, 2021 @ 12:00 pm CST
Class meets Saturday/Sunday March 6+7 from 10am-12pm CT
No art experience necessary!
Are you a reluctant creative but desire to learn about watercolor painting? Instead of taking a deep dive, try dipping your toes into Watercolor Painting first. Have some fun, learn very basic skills and find out if this is a painting medium for you.
A small set of tubed color or 3 tubes (Red,Yellow, Blue)
Recommended: QOR Introductory Watercolor 6 Color Set (best value if you do not have any tube colors yet). It has a palette built into the lid.
One round #10 and one flat 1”
At least 25 sheets of watercolor paper, Cold Press surface 9×12″or 7×10″
or get fancy with Hahnemuhle 100% cotton pad 12 sheets (you’ll need 2)
For testing colors/marks on:
Strathmore Kids Paint Pad or equivalent
a flat white dish(s) or tray for mixing colors
Scratch paper and pencil
cup(s) of water for rinsing brushes
A fresh pear to use as subject.
Please note: Payment and registration for this class will not be done through wetpaintart.com, and therefore will not show up on your customer account. Check out using your PayPal account or your credit card. Please email email@example.com if you have questions.
Monica Fogg is an artist (watercolor, encaustic, acrylic, woodcut, and lithography) and designer or fabricator (Prince, Lorie Line, Disney, Guthrie Theater, Minnesota History Center and others). She has taught courses in watercolor, drawing, painting, color theory, design, visual studies and art history. She has taught in the College of Design at the University of Minnesota for over 25 years and continues to lead groups abroad for cultural and creative endeavors.
“My personal work is informed and inspired by forms found in nature.I consider and experience the foundations of the earth as symbolic of the ‘grounding’ of spirit. Representation is distilled to form, movement, essence. The process is a dance between concept and emotion.”