June 8 at 7pm: Claude Monet's Tulip Field (Art Workshop via Zoom)
Watercolor Workshop: Claude Monet's Tulip Field (Art Workshop via Zoom)
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June 8 (Monday; 7-8:30pm EST)
Ages 18 and up
Up for a field trip? Join Martina Sestakova for a workshop, during which you will play with watercolors and create a colorful landscape painting. We will chat about a trip the French artist Claude Monet took in 1891 to the Netherlands and discover his love for the local windmills, tulip fields, and rushing streams. We will explore colors and textures and end up with a unique painting you will be excited to show off in your home.
What to do/expect
- Purchase your ticket by selecting quantity of participants and clicking 'Add to cart'
- Receive an email from firstname.lastname@example.org with link to class
- Ensure you have all art supplies needed (see list below)
- Join in at the assigned time (or about 5-10 minutes prior)
- Have a fun time creating!
Supplies for this workshop:
- 2 sheets of watercolor paper (9" x 12")
- 1 cup for water
- 1 watercolor paints (tray or tubes)
- 1 watercolor brush (or a variety)
- 1 pencil
- 1 sheet of copy paper
Below please find sample supplies (I am in no way connected with these brands or sellers; these supplies should last you for a bit for a variety of watercolor art projects). You are welcome to purchase these or similar items from any retailer.
- Watercolor Paper (Canson XL Watercolor Pad, 9" x 12", 30 sheets)
- https://www.dickblick.com/items/10173-1023/ at $5.07 per pad
- Watercolor Paints (Prang Watercolor Pans, Oval, 8 Colors)
- https://www.dickblick.com/items/00305-1019/ at $3.29 per set (includes brush)
Workshop size: 5-10 participants (ages 18 and up). If you have any questions about this workshop or supplies needed, please email Martina Sestakova at email@example.com.
All workshops are conducted in a kind and supportive environment where you are encouraged to explore your own ways of experiencing art while sharing with others through painting and sharing. All workshops are confidential.