Beginning watercolor students enjoyed a fun and enjoyable experience

Judy Larsen

Jean Pritchard

Jean Anderson

Classes start November 9, 2018.

You don’t have to draw. You don’t have to have touched a brush before. You can and will quickly learn how to paint in watercolor.

November is pumpkin time, so to celebrate, I will be teaching the beginning watercolor class how to paint pumpkins. It’s a perfect subject for mastering numerous watercolor techniques. The first week, you will go home with a lovely pumpkin painting that you will be proud of. After a month, you will have learned the basic fundamentals of this fun and exciting medium and be able to paint on your own. Painting is more about practice and understanding techniques than a talent you are born with. The second week, we will be painting pumpkins in the fields to help gain an understanding of landscapes.

This year, I will again teach a group class on Fridays, and I am adding individual classes in my home. This should allow more flexibility in scheduling. We have a lot of laughs, and I’ve been thrilled by how quickly everyone catches on. Please don’t go buy materials before class. I’d like to meet with you and guide you on purchasing what you need. Our advanced watercolor painting group will continue to meet on Monday mornings.

In my other life, I developed highly technical training programs in a very complicated field for a large national company. I’ve used that experience to produce a fun, quick way of mastering watercolor.

We’d love for you to join the beginners watercolor class on Friday mornings in the Hopi Room from 9:00 a.m. to noon.

Join others who are new to this exciting medium and learn with them. You don’t need to know how to draw. It is important that you call before you come to class. I have to plan for the materials that I provide. Beginning classes are $5 a week.

If you are interested, please text or call Jean at 503-649-9097. No prior experience necessary.