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Master Workshop Terry Jarvis (Watercolourist)

This course has no current classes. Please the waiting list.

Western Riverina Community College each year invites recognised Master Artists to provide weekend workshops to the people of the Western Riverina. The upcoming October 2017 couse is set for a visit by Master Water Colourist Terry Jarvis.

Please see below for further deatils and supplementary list of course requirements.

MASTER ARTIST TERRY JARVIS
WATERCOLOUR WORKSHOP

REQUIREMENTS

Try to be there at least 10 minutes before we start the workshop to set up your equipment so we can start on time.

Watercolour Paper 4 sheets 300gsm. Saunders or Arches (Alternately Pads or Blocks are fine)
Watercolour Palette –1 Plastic Palette with plenty of mixing areas is fine
Water Pot.
Paints – Rowney/Windsor and Newton/ or any Artist quality Brand.
French Ultramarine Blue
Cobalt Blue
Cerulean Blue
Viridian
Permanent Rose
Cadmium Red
Cadmium Yellow
Lemon Yellow
Burnt Sienna
Raw Sienna
Burnt Umber
Neutral Tint
Cobalt Turquoise
Cobalt Turquoise Light
Quinacridone Gold
Permanent Magenta
Cadium Orange

Permanent White Gouache (Rowney is a good brand for gouache)
Brushes –Round
No. 1
No.3
No. 6
No. 8
Mop Brush for large washes
Synthetic Brushes are fine or sables if you can afford them.
You may prefer to stand and paint (as I do), or sit and paint. If you prefer to sit at a table as many do, you will need a table easel, or something to prop up behind your board to get a nice slope to paint your watercolours on. If you prefer to stand, a light tripod easel would be suitable and a small table or something to rest your pallet/water/brushes/ etc. on to place alongside your easel would be handy, particularly if we get to paint plein air outside.

1 Roll of 25mm. Masking Tape
1 Medium size board to stick your watercolour onto. (Aprox. 40cm. X 45cm.)
1 2B Pencil and sharpener
1 Kneadable Eraser
1 drawing Pad or drawing paper
1 Pad for notes
A Rag
Tissues
If we get the chance to go outside to paint some extras would be
Stool, or Easel, Hat, Sunscreen, Insect repellent, Water bottle, (some to drink, some to paint with!)

All of these requirements are only a guide of course, for example if you have some paint sets, or can buy a set of paints a bit cheaper, by all means, bring them along, I am super flexible! Just get what you can afford and we will work together with your equipment.
…. And of course, bring yourself!