If you’re getting stuck with the same old approach to beginning a watercolor painting, this class will give you some new ways to think about color, value, subject and composition. Starting with an underpainting, or a “painting before the painting,” can force you to think in new ways about how to treat a subject – or even how to create a subject from an abstract start. It’s fun, and it’s a great discipline for painters of all levels.
Mary P. Murphy has filmed two online classes with Craftsy, one on florals and one on technique. Between the two classes, she has over 8,000 online students and has received reviews such as, Without a doubt, Mary is one of the best watercolor teachers I've had the pleasure of learning from. Her knowledge of pigment, color, composition, technique, etc., were amazing. I learned so many new things and enjoyed her class immensely. Also, her ‘happy personality’ made the class a hit. I've enrolled in another one of her classes and will continue to take any class she offers.
Mary’s studio is located in Barneveld, New York, in the foothills of the Adirondack Mountains. She has been recognized regionally with master status and awards for her work.
This course is part of the Central New York Watercolor Society Signature Series. For more information on the Central New York Watercolor Society click here
$120/$95 View or CNYWS Member (price includes lunch but does not include materials, see materials list below).
Space is limited, preregistration is required no later than Monday August 15, 2016.