Landscape Painting In Watercolor

Painting The Summer Landscape

Online Class – Tuesdays, July 13 – August 10, 2021

6 to 8pm Eastern Time

 For Advanced Beginners and Intermediate Watercolor Painters

Landscape Painting In Watercolor

Class Info

This class focuses on composition, color and painting important elements of the landscape such as, skies, mountains and hills, fields, trees, roads, etc.

Class Overview

Week 1  –  Basic Composition and Color Schemes

Simple Composition Ideas that work well and Managing Summer Greens.

Week 2 – Elements Of The Landscape

Focus on the important elements found in every landscape – skies, mountains, hills, fields, roads and Trees.

Week 3  –  The Landscape Painting Process – Explore Composition and Color

Exploring Composition and Color To Guide Your Painting.

Week 4  –  The Landscape Painting Process – Explore Composition and Color

Exploring Composition and Color To Guide Your Painting With New Composition Ideas

Week 5  –  The Landscape Painting Process – Explore Composition and Color

Exploring Composition and Color To Guide Your Painting With New Composition Ideas

 

Class Conducted On ZOOM

The online class is conducted via ZOOM videoconference service.  ZOOM link can be found on the class page upon completion of registration.

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Class Instructor : Tony Conner

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Each class is recorded and made available to students for review.

There is also a recorded weekly critique of the pre-class work. The critique is done in Photoshop on images of student work. The recording is available to all students about two days before each class.

More info about our Online Classes, included sample portions of a Class Recording and a Weekly Critique can be found HERE.

Suggested Materials

You really don’t need many supplies for watercolor painting.  For this class, plan on starting with what you have already.

I use large brushes for most of the painting. This makes it easy to get wet, fluid washes along with plenty of color.

I also recommend working on Arches 140 Cold Press Paper.  This is a great paper that provides texture, a firm surface, and some absorbency to help you manage those wet, fluid washes.

You can download a comprehensive info sheet on Basic Watercolor Materials here.  This video lesson provides a brief intro to materials as well.