When:
April 23, 2017 @ 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
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2017-04-23T17:00:00-07:00
Where:
Coconino Center for the Arts
Cost:
$120 - $130

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Exploring Watercolor with Tanner Jensen! During the first half of the workshop, participants will become familiar with the media. After lunch break, each student will be creating their own painting. Tanner will have a still life set up that may be painted, but students may paint what ever they wish. The instructor will be there to answer questions and assist.   A variety of watercolor paper brands and weights will be used along with Yupo a synthetic paper.

This workshop has been designed to introduce participants to a variety of traditional & non-traditional materials. Participants will be encouraged to play with the media and see where it will lead. Skill level Beginning to Intermediate.

All the materials are included. Price: $130/regular, and $120/members

Participants must be 18 years of age or older, or be accompanied by a parent or guardian who is also a paid participant.

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Demonstration and Exercises:
-How to thin watercolor and how to make marks with the paintbrushes
-How to mix colors
-Wet into Wet color mixing
-Mixing color through glazing
-Sgraffito
-Watercolor Washes
-Creating Texture
-Watercolour Pencils
-Watercolour Crayons
-Water Soluble Pencils

Bring it all together & create a painting!

Participants should dress comfortably. While watercolor is not a particularly messy media, it is staining and may damage clothing. Please choose accordingly

 

About C. Tanner Jensen

C._Tanner_JensenBFA   Painting    Northern Arizona University   Flagstaff, AZ
MFA  Painting    East Carolina University          Greenville, NC

C. Tanner Jensen is a painter who has shown her art in galleries and juried shows throughout the United States and Europe. She has taught workshops and classes for community colleges and universities. Her paintings have been featured in several equine magazines and have appeared on the cover of the Chronicle of the Horse several times. Ms. Jensen is a dressage enthusiast and her love of the sport is reflected in several of her paintings.