Autumn is that time of year where we begin to feel that crisp in the air, we start to look forward to the treats of fall like pumpkin pies, pumpkin spice lattes, and of course that annual visit to the pumpkin patch! Join me as we bring these autumnal fruits to life in our paintings. We will learn how to paint and create colorful shadows that create form, textures, and tell us clearly about the source of light. Bring your favorite fall treat to class (aka your computer table) and let’s celebrate this season of warmth and gratitude while we play in the paint together.
- Watercolors see my supply lists https://rebeccazartist.com/beginners-supply-list and https://rebeccazartist.com/supply-list-for-watercolor/
- Pre-drawn sketch of reference photo on your Arches watercolor paper (I will be painting on a (15×22) ½ sheet of Arches. (Moulin du Roy also acceptable) Note- if you use another type of paper, it WILL impact your results. I strongly recommend not using sketch paper or any other brands for any of my classes.
- A Gator board to paint on (You may tape your painting to the board if a white border is desired. It will also help to keep your painting flat)
- Kleenex/paper towel
- Water container
- Brushes of your choice