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Painted Views Ranch
Painted Views Ranch is hosting a three day watercolor workshop, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, October 22, 23 and 24, 2015 by artist Ann Hoffpauir.
Ann is a full-time artist from
Although she works in many mediums, in this workshop Ann will be teaching watercolors. The pouring method will be used in the classes, making the colors liquid and pouring them onto the misted wet paper. Watching the liquid colors mix and swirl onto the wet paper is exciting, spontaneous and colorful.
You too can create wonderful works of art with this method. Come and join her for an exciting and colorful way to paint.
For more information and to register for her class, email, firstname.lastname@example.org. Also visit her website, http://www.ArtworkbyAnn.com. Her blog site has a supply list available.
WATERCOLOR SUPPLY LIST:
Brushes: Round -- # 4, 6, 8, 14, 32
Flat ------# ½”, ¾”, 1”, 2”
Colors: (tubes) -----6 tubes of the primary colors from any of the following:
(A warm and cool of each primary color)
Prussian Blue (Windsor &
Royal Blue (Holbein) warm blue
Cobalt Blue – a pure blue, leans toward warm
Yellow-----Azo Yellow Medium (Van Gogh) warm yellow
Permanent Yellow Lemon (Holbein) cool yellow
Hansa Yellow Light (Da Vinci) cool yellow
Red--------Permament Red (Holbein) warmish red
Naphthol Red (Da Vinci) warmish red
Quinacridone Rose (
Permanent Rose, (
(You can bring all your watercolors if you like, but try & have a
Warm color and a cool color of each)
Paper: 2 full sheets or 4 half sheets of Arches 140 lb. cold press watercolor paper.
Palette: One large size palette, large enough to mix colors on.
Masking Fluid: a new bottle of light colored art-masking fluid (less than 2 years old)
*Other: Gatorboard or any surface for taping down watercolor paper Masking tape (tan) or clear packing tape
3 small dishes for making colors liquid (i.e. plastic cups from Crystal Light)
Several sheets of tracing paper, size about 15” x 12” or larger
Hair dryer (optional)
Medium size water sprayer
A pair of scissors
A roll of white paper towels or box of Kleenex
Old beach or bath towel (to lay under painting to absorb any runoff water)
Note tablet, pencil, pen, eraser and also a kneaded eraser
Artist membership applications are encouraged, especially from unrepresented regions of Texas. Applicants must paint daily, blog frequently, and reside in the Great State of Texas. To apply email: INFO on Artists Of Texas and include a link to your art blog or web site for jury panel review.