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MASTERING THE WATERCOLOR WASH – Class Limit 10 by Verlee Jones
One Session only, Friday, October 11, 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm
The foundation of watercolor painting is learning to control the “wash” of watercolor. Basic wash techniques will be practiced. The foundation of watercolor painting is learning to control the “wash” of watercolor. Become familiar with paint and paper and special techniques; discover how much water to use and when to use it. Plan your painting. This class is for beginners to intermediate. All supplies except watercolor brushes will be provided. There is a $20 materials fee collected at the beginning of class.
Verlee Dowd Jones, a graduate of Stetson University, is a retired business teacher-turned-artist. She and her husband, Ed, moved to Hiawassee from Florida in 1994. Always experimenting with different types of mediums and surfaces, Verlee works with oil, acrylic, watercolor, pen and ink, and colored pencil. She has been teaching painting in her studio and other classrooms for almost 20 years. Verlee is a member of Mountain Regional Arts and Crafts Guild, Valley River Arts Guild, SAAG, Blue Ridge Mountain Arts Association, and Mountain Rose Art Guild, and shows her work at the Arts Center in Blue Ridge and at the Arts and Soul Gallery in Blairsville. One of her watercolor paintings was featured in the “Watercolor Magic” magazine.