Intermediate to Advanced Watercolor

Experienced watercolorists will think in terms of concept and vision to create a series of work based on their interests and style. We’ll also be deconstructing value and color, then create a unique reference color chart to expand your palette without emptying your wallet. Advanced blocking technique, color temperature mixings and signature colors will add depth to your work.

Special Notes

  • Prerequisite: Introduction to Watercolor class or comparable experience.
  • Jump right in by bringing a drawn scene on watercolor paper to the first class.

Materials List

Students should bring preferred materials to the first class; instructor will discuss additional materials.

About the Instructor

Kathy Calhoun

Richmond based painter Kathy Calhoun is honored to have received awards and recognitions both as a teacher and a painter. She holds degrees in art education (JMU) and painting (VCU). Her work is in private and corporate collections in several states and Europe. Kathy is also a member of Art Space Gallery and a professor of Design Foundation at John Tyler Community College. Finding a vibrant balance between discipline and creativity is her inspiration that she strives to share with her students.

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Intermediate to Advanced Watercolor

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Class Details
January 9 - March 1310 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
Day: Tue
Tuition: $220.00
Member Tuition: $198.00
Additional fees apply
Instructor: Kathy Calhoun
Seats Available: 4
Level: Intermediate to Advanced