This opaque watercolor technique spread in Europe in the 14th century to depict landscapes with fine details. In modern times it is used for posters, illustrations, and comics. It differs from traditional watercolors with its total hiding power. Beginners experiment on simple modern paintings; more advanced students learn the 18th century technique used for the Neapolitian seascapes where the first layer (sky and sea) is very watery and anything else is painted on top in thick colors. Materials list provided.
|Dates:||January 20 - February 10, 2018|
|Number of Sessions:||4|
|Meets:||Sa : 10:00 AM - 12:30 PM|
|Notes:||Instructor will list materials for class. CCAA follows the WCASD inclement weather policy. Instructor will call students if class cancelled.|
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