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TITLE: Botanical Drawing-Focus on Tulips
DESCRIPTION: This class is an advanced beginner/intermediate level for students with drawing experience. Learn to accurately illustrate the botanical details of tulips using pencil, colored pencil, watercolor or pen and ink. Artist Caroline Hottenstein guides you in seeing and rendering details as well as using basic watercolor techniques for botanical illustration. Supply list will be emailed before class.

TITLE: Drawing & Painting Lab (16-Adult)
DESCRIPTION: Explore techniques including concepts of shape, line, texture and color blending. Students need to bring a 9'x12' drawing pad (90 lb.) and a 9'x12' mixed-media pad (140 lb.), graphite pencils (HB, 6B), fine Sharpie or Pitt pen (black), a set of 24 Crayola crayons, a set of 12 color pencils, a set of water-soluble oils or wax pastels and a set of watercolors (pan is okay). You also need to bring filbert brush #8 and #10; and a flat brush for washes and blending.

TITLE: Landscape Painting in Watercolor (13-Adu
DESCRIPTION: Learn to paint landscapes in watercolor. Emphasis is on composition and color. Class includes a combination of indoor and outdoor painting. Supply list will be mailed before first class.

TITLE: Pen & Ink with Watercolor Washes (18+)
DESCRIPTION: Enhance your drawing and watercolor skills by learning to add texture and fluid washes to standard pen and ink. Learn to see and extend your range in all rendering techniques and methods. Supply list provided at class, any supply fee payable to instructor.

TITLE: Watercolor Painting I (18-Adult)
DESCRIPTION: Explore materials, value, painting in triads, wet-in-wet, washes, glazing and other techniques. Materials provided for first class, with supply list for other classes. Cost of materials is between $50 and $75.

TITLE: Watercolor Painting II (18-Adult)
DESCRIPTION: Prerequisite: Watercolor Painting I or equivalent. Continue sharpening basic skills and techniques. Develop brush styles and individual approaches to projects and exercises. Students need to bring supplies to class.

TITLE: Watercolor Works (13-Adult)
DESCRIPTION: Open to students of all levels. Learn to mix colors, composition, paint handling and brush strokes through various projects and finished paintings. Experienced painters may work on their own projects. Supply list at first class but bring materials if you have them.

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