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Details for Watercolor with the Magic Three

Age older than or equal to 18 and younger than or equal to 99. The date used for calculating the age is Item Begin Date.Family Member Feecode of RES,NR.
Transaction Date/Time on or after 12/11/17 @12:00am.
Transaction Date/Time on or before 01/13/18 @ 3:00pm.
Interface Type of RecTrac,WebTrac.

Fine Arts Room Senior / Arts Center48 Natoma StreetFolsom, CA, 95630(916)355-7285

Juan Pena

$40.00 $40.00 $7.00

We will begin this workshop by explaining the benefits of Juan’s color triangle. You will have the opportunity to experiment with Juan’s triad of colors. You will also learn the secrets and benefits of controlled value arrangements. Juan will share his secret formula for successful paintings. We will conclude the workshop with a Paint Along watercolor with Juan.
Ages 18+
Materials List:
It is not necessary to bring an easel. We will be working on tables. Instructor will have some watercolor paint for sale (small tubes) and some paper for sale.

Watercolor paint:
Winsor Newton blue (reddish shade)
Winsor Newton red
Holbein permanent yellow deep

Optional watercolors:
Holbein Peacock Blue
Holbein Permanent Violet
Holbein Permanent Yellow Lemon
Holbein Chinese White
Any brand Quinactradone Magenta

Watercolor Brushes:
Assortment of rounds, flats, ovals, liners (Scripts or Loose Goose) - Bring whatever watercolor brushes you have.

Sketch pad (for notes & sketching) D’Arches Single Elephant (30 x 40) 260 lb. (1 sheet) or medium size watercolor block (11 x 14 minimum) If you have 300 lb. D’Arches that will be OK too.

Four clips - (Used to secure your paper to the board)- (not necessary if using watercolor block)
Tempered Masonite Board (not necessary if using watercolor block) (1/4 inch bigger on all sides than your paper size)
Plan to work on the paper size that you feel most comfortable using. if you do not know the paper size to use, wait and decide at this workshop.

More Misc.:
Roll of paper towels
Magic Eraser and sponge
John Pike watercolor Palette
Water mixing containers (cans are preferable because they don’t tip over)
Soft pencil (4B) and kneaded eraser.


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