Watercolor Basics Beginner/Intermediate Student


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Instructor, Agnes Wnuk
Mondays October 4, 11, 18, 25
5 pm - 6:30 pm

Learn the basics of watercolor: learn techniques like washes and glazes, charging and dry brush. Create four images while learning about high and low key and color temperature. Come have fun scraping, plattering, sponging and masking. Materials provided.

The four-week class is $145 and all supplies are included. Class size is limited to 10 students.

Agnes Wnuk is a Connecticut native who has been studying various art mediums for the past 8 years. She sketches daily, primarily using pen and ink and watercolor, among other media. Agnes travels extensively throughout the state and further afield with her sketchbook in hand capturing people, places and events around her, taking part in the Urban Sketching phenomenon. She participates with local plein air painting groups and the New Haven urban sketching group at their local events. She is also an avid photographer and painter in pastels, watercolor and oils, for which she has won several prizes at local exhibitions. Currently employed at Yale University Library, she previously worked in textile conservation, with previous museum work experience at both the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Wadsworth Athenaeum.  

**Our top priority is the safety of our students, instructors & staff. Please note: classes may be cancelled if we feel it is not safe, and your tuition will be refunded. Non vaccinated students must wear a mask and show proof of a negative PCR test within 72 hours or a negative rapid test within 24 hrs before each class.

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