Watercolor with Robert Mesrop - on Zoom
Time & Location
Watercolor (Intermediate/Advanced) with Roberet Mesrop - on Zoom
Mondays (6 weeks) classes beginning February 22 through March 29, 2021
from 9:30 am to 12:00 pm
This class will explore the coordination of the mental with the physical processes in developing a painting, and how this helps to create a freer, more spontaneous approach to your watercolor. Intermediate to advanced Februarystudents.
This class is being offered as a collaboration between our Museum School and the Cape Cod Art Center.
You will be sent a zoom link from the Cape Cod Art Center prior to the first class.
Paper: Arches 140lb. cold press 22×30 (Will be cut in half or quarters.)
Brushes: A good quality round no. 12 sable or synthetic (not squirrel hair.) Same quality no. 5 or 6 round plus a no. 1 rigger brush. Also a 1 inch flat Aquarelle or equivalent. Plus any other watercolor brushes you may have.
Paints: Artist quality tube watercolors. Winsor Newtown, Holbien, DaVinci, Grumbacher, or equivalent;
Colors: Lemon Yellow Cad. Yellow Cad. Orange Burnt Sienna Alizarin crimson Ultra marine blue Cerulean or Manganese blue Cad. red
Paynes gray or Indigo Blue Indian red or Light red Phalo blue, green shade
Good to have: Quandicrone GoldYellow Gold
Palette: John Pike type palette or porcelain “butchers tray” Painting Board: 18×24 in. Homesote (will talk about this in class) Miscellaneous: HB pencil, kneaded eraser, facial tissues, masking tape, sponge and that credit card you should have gotten rid of long a go.
Also, if you use the homsote board, you will need a staple gun.
Robert received his Bachelor of Professional Arts degree from Art Center College of Design in Los Angeles. For 22 years he was an Art Director at J Walter Thompson and at Kenyon and Eckhardt Ad agencies in New York. He is a Signature Member of the New England Watercolor Society and the Penn. Watercolor Society.
- Robert Mesrop - Member$130$1300$0
- Robert Mesrop-NonMember$160$1600$0