February 23, 2019 Paint In
Note the date change- not the 3rd Sat.
A Rose is a Rose
Beginner Watercolor
Date: February 23, 9AM - 1PM
Location: Providence Community Center

No Class Fee (If you want me to make up a paint palette
and paper for you $3)

I will email you the pattern packet for you to print out. (
this is my own pattern packet)

Supplies: Watercolor paints- Alizarin Crimson ( or your
favorite red), Sap Green , Cobalt Blue or Ultramarine Blue


Brushes: 2 round brushes with a sharp point. If you don't
have brushes and you need to buy some, you don't need to
spend lots on brushes. Cheap brushes like "Simply
Simmons" work well...size 6 or 8 or 10...whatever you have
or can find.
If it has a sharp point it can do tiny areas as
well as bigger areas with the different pressure you use.


Surface: 9X12 Watercolor paper (will fit an 8X10 mat) –
whatever size you need if you are changing the size of the
line drawing.


2 water containers. Your acrylic water basin will work since
it has 2 wells.


Paper towels and a palette for mixing paint- plastic or foam
plate works well.
Graphite paper and a ball point pen (red works best so you
can easily see where you have traced) to transfer the
pattern onto your watercolor paper.

Contact : Ann Gibbons e-mail :a_gibbons@verizon.net to
sign up