- Instructor: Bryony Wynne-Jones
- Session: March 7th
- Session: April 25th
- Time: 9:30 – 3:30pm (Saturday)
- Skill Level: Beginners-Intermediate
- Cost: $70
- Supplies can be provided for the session for $20
If you have always wanted to paint and think that watercolours are frightening, come and try them in a friendly and encouraging atmosphere. Take out those watercolours and see what they can do in a bright and free way. Splash on colours and blend washes; the result is fresh and spontaneous. Supplies list below.
Birds and Market Produce List:
Paints: Black, sepia, Van Dyke brown, raw sienna, ultramarine blue, buff titanium, indigo, lemon yellow, cadmium red, or quinacridone red, white gouache
Brushes: one large round, or ‘gold sable’ (synthetic) size 6 or 8 one small round, one series 620 size 2 or 4
Other: mechanical pencil, or regular pencil HB. kneadable eraser, palette
Paper: one sheet of BFK Rives, 140 lb. 22″ by 30″
IF you want to divide the paper, make a note of the watermark and tick each of the corners on the legible side.
Any other colours Bryony will be happy to share, or for a $20.00 fee, Bryony will provide you with everything you will need for the day. Bryony also has a selection of brushes available for purchase. Please let us know in advance if you would like to purchase supplies from Bryony.
British born artist Bryony Wynne-Jones is influenced by the great tradition of botanical art in the UK.Bryony paints what she loves and she also loves to paint and to impart that joy to her students. Her statement could be simply to say that she adores nature and all of its miraculous detail, form function, and variety. The fact that it is always accessible and perfect in its way. She enjoys the challenge to represent it in many different applications with watercolor, pen and ink, and pencil.
The choices of portraying nature in different ways is vast. Dare to evolve and when in doubt do. She does not limit her style and knows that some subjects lend themselves to a different interpretation. all-in-all let it flow. Never block the excitement by worrying about anyone else’s opinion. Art is personal; let Your person shine through.