Watercolor classes at Staunton Augusta Art Center

staunton augusta art centerLearning about watercolor is the most popular class at the Staunton Augusta Art Center, thanks to Peg Sheridan’s patient, individualized instruction and the friendly, fun classmates.

Another two series of watercolor classes (six weeks each, one starting November 5, the other starting January 7) are already filling fast.  Classes meet on Wednesdays, 10am-Noon, in the R.R. Smith Center for History and Art at 20 S. New Street across from the public parking garage in historic downtown Staunton. 

Pre-registration is required by calling the Art Center at 540-885-2028.  Members receive a significant discount ~ $160 non-members/$144 members’ rate.

A materials list for watercolor classes may be found on our website,www.saartcenter.org.  More details are below:

 

“Working in a Series in Watercolor” ~ Wednesdays, 10am-Noon, November 5 to December 17 (no classNov. 26).

Artists sometimes become interested in a particular subject and want to explore it artistically.  Working in a seriescan often lead to growth in skills and new discoveries.  Students in this class will pick a subject that interests them, such as water, cityscapes, architectural features, figures, plants, etc.  They will paint that subject in different ways, with different lighting, in various styles, using different color palettes or techniques, etc.  This class will helpstudents widen their painting perspective and approach.  Some watercolor experience recommended.

 

“Interpreting Winter’s Beauty in Watercolor” ~ Wednesdays, 10am-Noon, January 7-February 11

Hone your watercolor skills by depicting the unique beauty of winter, such as the bright light reflected from fresh snow or the warm glow emanating from a cozy fireplace, scampering winter creatures, winter’s solitude or the swishes of a crowded ice skating rink.



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