Class – Botanical Watercolour with Cathy Ross (Sold Out)

$475.00

Instructor:  Cathy Ross

New Date:  Monday 10th – Friday 14th August 2020

Times: 9am – 4pm

Cost:   $475.00 materials not included

Bursaries may be available, please contact us for more information if interested.

A credit or full refund will be provided should the course be cancelled.

Registration Deadline:  29 July 2020

Minimum/maximum number of participants: 4/8

 

MATERIALS LIST

  • Watercolours, a variety of colours.
  • Good quality round watercolour brushes in various sizes.
  • Paper tape
  • Flat sponge
  • Pencils
  • Pencil sharpener
  • Erasers
  • Masking fluid
  • White plastic pallet
  • Ruler
  • A board for stretching paper
  • 140lb sheets of watercolour paper

 

Note: Watercolour paper and board will be available for purchase on the first day of class.

St. Andrews local art supply store, By-The-Sea-Framing,  works with us to help our students with the supplies they need. They can put together orders to collect when you are here, to avoid travelling with restricted substances etc.  info@bytheseaframing.com

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SKU: CA-CR-WB-20 Category: Instructor:

Description

Course Description

This course will introduce the student to a variety of watercolour techniques using flowers, fruit and vegetables for the subject matter. Through demonstrations and discussions, learn the wonderful versatility of watercolour while exploring the natural world. This class is designed for both beginners and those wishing to improve their skills.

Instructor’s Bio

Cathy Ross was born and raised in Saint John, New Brunswick, in a home where art and creativity were at the very heart of family life. She studied art at Mount Allison University and the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design. After graduating in 1982, and having been awarded an Elizabeth T. Greenshields spent the next 10 years as a printmaker in studios in Calgary, AB; Providence, Rhode Island; and Halifax, NS. During this time, she felt drawn to the still life genre and the medium of watercolour, allowing her to explore the complexities of colour and pattern that so intrigued her.