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Arts Education Sessions: Beginner Watercolor / Jeanne Power

It's never too early or too late to learn to paint with watercolor! (Summer II Session)

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Arts Education Sessions: Beginner Watercolor / Jeanne Power
Arts Education Sessions: Beginner Watercolor / Jeanne Power

Time & Location

Jun 28, 2021, 6:00 PM – Jul 23, 2021, 8:00 PM

Room 3 Arts Education Space , 66 S Main St, Ocean Grove, NJ 07756, USA

About the Event

"Beginner Watercolor" 4-Week Course • 6pm - 8pm/Thursdays Summer II session only Room 3 Arts Education Space 

It's never too early or too late to learn to paint with watercolor! This beginner watercolor class is the perfect space for those that have  the desire to watercolor paint but don't know how to get started or how  to get re-started. You will learn a wide variety of techniques, including paintbrush usage,  color mixing, color application and most of all, enjoy creative  expression in this fun and relaxing setting!

Class goals:

  • Understand how all the materials effect the look and fell of the art piece.
  • Explore methods in painting.
  • Under basics of color theory.
  • Understand how to detail and shade.
  • Enjoy creative expression through watercolor painting.

There will be 4 projects to complete and display for the upcoming student show.

A supply list and syllabus will be provided upon registration. Instructor will also provide some materials.

Cost: $40/pp

About the guest artist instructor:

Jeanne Power

"As  a painter I find inspiration in what I see in my community that  surrounds me.  I paint these subjects and moments in hopes to show an  authentic expression of my experience.

I  have had a combination of formal art education at Franklin Pierce  College;  Studio Arts Program at Brookdale College and being  self-taught.  For the past 10 years I’ve continued and enjoyed taking  art classes throughout Monmouth county. These classes have proved to be  an invaluable experience. There is always something new to learn and  someone new to meet!

I  paint primarily in watercolor using dry brush, glazing and washes. It’s  a fascinating medium because there are so many ways watercolor can be  used.   It’s also a bit of a thrill because you must be completely  committed when your fully loaded brush first hits that paper!  A mistake  can’t be erased, only accepted and loved.

Some inspirations are Edward Hopper, Georgia O’Keefe and the fascinating portraits by Dima Rebus."

Instagram: @jepowerart


  • Beginner Watercolor/Summer II

    Jeanne Power (June 28 - July 23) 6pm - 8pm

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