Eye of The Wave- The Enrichment Academy
Subject – Eye of The Wave
Check supply updates as we get close to the day of class as I will continue to update this page. updated 10/4/17
Class Objective- In class you will choose to paint a more realist eye of a wave or to paint a more abstract interpretation or version. You will be able to choose the color options and see samples of what making these choice will look like in class. No stress. This is a fun part. Painting is sometimes a series of bold moves like in the game of chess. This class may get you closer to taking those risks. Observation may be enough. You may think the colors are perfect the way they are. Making no change is a choice too. No stress. Also learn layering, glazes contemporary abstract water. Learn how to paint the inside of a rolling wave. Relax.
Paint Colors – Liquitex – heavy body – white, light permanent blue, hooker green (looks black inside not green #225 not #224) , alizarin crimson, phthalo blue green shade, portrait pink
We will be putting a very thin base boat of orange on only part of the canvas. We will not be covering the entire canvas so do not do it before coming to class.
Special Supplies – any rectangular canvas. I will use a 16 x 20, 1″ wash brush, very small fan brush, round pottery sponge, sea sponge, orange ( for base coat this is not liquitex paint – Daler Rowney) . Don’t forget your standard supplies like paper towels, rectangle table cloth etc.