NOW a recorded virtual course to do anytime!
Watch the recording of our popular Watercolor & Wine event and complete your own, unique, painting from the comfort of your home. In this video, Artist and instructor, Gail Sovick, will walk you step by step through the process of completing a 4.5 x 9.5 succulent painting that will add a splash of spring to your home or can make a fun gift for a friend.
This event was generously sponsored by Buckel Family Wine.
Instructor: Gail Sovick.
$20, supplies not included.
PAPER – Cold press watercolor paper cut into 4.5 x 9.5″ rectangles (plus an extra scrap piece for sampling/testing colors)
PAINTS – a round plastic palette pre-loaded with colors. There is a list of colors below.
BRUSHES – ideally everyone would have a small-ish (#2 or #4) round brush and a 1/4″ flat brush.
CONTAINER FOR WATER
PAPER TOWELS & A PENCIL
sepia (dark brown)
burnt umber (standard brown)
indigo (super dark navy blue – black would be the alternative)
burnt sienna (brick/indian red-ish brown color)
sap green (or any earthy green)
aqua green (or prussian blue or turquoise would work)
lemon yellow (very standard bright yellow – comes in most sets)
cad yellow (also called medium yellow – comes in most sets)
*Other colors are always fun to have on hand for adding your own touches, changing it up, etc. Particularly, oranges and purples might go nice with this painting.