Beginning watercolor painting with artist, Alberto Soriano

Learn the fundamentals of watercolor painting from one of South America’s finest artists, Claudio Alberto Soriano this June at idiomART.

Starting June 8, 2021
through July 1
Tuesday and Thursday
2 to 5 PM

8 Sessions — 24 hours of instruction.
Session dates: June 8, 10, 15, 17, 22, 24, 29, and July 1.

First Week
Introduction to drawing to paint with watercolor
Light and shadow
General explanation about the materials to use
Demonstration with the technique of painting with a single color
Painting still life.

Second Week
Watercolor technique on dry paper
Watercolor technique on wet paper
Demonstration

Third Week
Watercolor landscape
Drawing and landscape composition
Light and shadow in a landscape
Demonstration

Fourth Week
Outdoor painting practices
Demonstration

$240 (Averages to $10 per instructional hour)
It does not include watercolor materials and painting supplies.
See below for more details about materials and supplies.

Limited spots are available. Final confirmation with payment.

Payment can be made directly via PayPal or by Cash. Arrange for payment via email to idiomART.

Materials and painting supplies needed
Watercolor Brushes, Rounds No. 2, 4 and 10
Watercolor Paper
Watercolors (Basic Beginners Set)
Graphite pencil 2B and 6B.
Eraser and pencil sharpener

idiomART is located at: Presidente Córdova 1-77 between Manuel Vega and Miguel Angel Estrella, in el Centro.

Sara
studio@idiomart.net

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