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This course introduces the basic tools, materials and practices of watercolour and other water-based media, with an emphasis on the exploration of contemporary approaches to these media. You will work with a range of water-based media and materials, including watercolour, gouache, water-soluble pencils and crayons, brush and ink, as well as a variety of brushes and papers.
Working on practical projects with tutor support, you will be given demonstrations such as paint handling, individual tuition, handouts and visual aids, and there will be regular group reviews and discussions.
This course is open to all levels and experience, and is also suitable for those wishing to build a portfolio for progression onto an Art & Design Foundation or Access programme. More experienced students will be able to further develop their skills, and explore new techniques and materials
This class takes place in WD11 which is on the first floor with no lift access.
Drawing Paper for the session, a tear off palette, paper towel and a water container will be provided at your work station. A list of the materials needed for each week will be provided at the start of the course.
Progress to Art & Design Foundation or Advanced Painting and Drawing courses, as appropriate. Other visual arts courses.