When:
October 24, 2015 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm
2015-10-24T10:00:00-07:00
2015-10-24T16:00:00-07:00
Where:
Coconino Center for the Arts
Cost:
$40/person + $25/materials fee

Exploring Watercolor with C. Tanner Jensen

Musical Freestyle by C. Tanner Jensen

Musical Freestyle by C. Tanner Jensen

Have you ever thought you would like to try watercolor painting? If yes, this class is for you.

Do you love watercolor, but are frustrated with how to use it? Again, this class is for you!

You will be led through a series of watercolor exercises that are understandable and build on each other, giving you an understanding of the media and how to control it. Color mixing, techniques to create texture, and glazing are topic that will be demonstrated and explored.

All materials are included. No drawing or painting experience is necessary.

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

10:00 am to 4:00 pm with an hour lunch break.

$25.00 Materials fee + $40.00 Class fee

Registration

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.

Schedule for the Workshop

  • Introduction
  • Explanation of materials and media.
  • 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.
    • Watercolor Washes.
    • Creating Texture.
    • Bring it all together to create a painting.
  • Sharing with each other what has been created and what we learned.