Watercolour Painting for Beginners, Level 2

Increase your skills and confidence with this medium, as you take your painting to the next level. Building on the skills taught in Level 1, this course makes use of advanced techniques for the Artist wishing to polish their skills and learn the rewards of this flexible and timeless painting style.

Class supply list is emailed to students after registration. Supplies not included.

Supply List: Watercolour level 2 – Instructor Lynne Bradford

100% cotton 140lb CP watercolour paper

3 small 2 ounce jars with lids

Opus brand paints:

Ultramarine blue

Phthalo blue

Alizerin crimson permanent

Yellow ochre

New Gamboge

Sap green

Raw umber

Burnt umber

Raw sienna

Burnt sienna

Winsor/Newton paint:

Mars black

Winsor yellow

Winsor scarlet



Sizes 20 and 6 pointed round w/c brushes

1/4 inch scrubber

Liner brush

2 Canvas boards 12×16

Low tack masking tape

Pebeo masking liquid

Hair dryer

Sea sponge.

Paper towels
Flower palette

Spray bottle
4b Lyra graphite stick

Kneadable eraser

Bamboo skewer

Red ballpoint pen

Offering 1: Wednesdays, May 6 to June 3 2020, 7pm to 9:15pm, Credo Christian High School 21846 52nd ave Langley

Course Number: HC04
Instructor: Lynne Bradford
Semester: Winter/Spring 2020
Classroom: Credo Christian High Art Room
Start Date: May 6, 2020
End Date: June 3, 2020
Start Time: 7:00 pm
End Time: 9:15 pm
Class Capacity: 16
Course Price: $159.99
Number of Sessions: 5

Total course price before 5% GST:

$159.99 CADSign up now


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