06/07/2020 by Amina Sly-Khan 0 Comments
Watercolour Rainy Sky:- Monthly Art Blog
Welcome to my first monthly blog.
The art activity is a watercolour technique to create an atmospheric rainy sky using minimum colour. As always it is adaptable to different ages and abilities.
Brand new workshops are on the 'Adults' workshops' page.
Due to covid 19 and government guidelines the maximum number for each workshop is 3. This enables social distancing of 2 metres.
Before & after each session the studio is deep cleaned.
In each session you will be supplied with your own materials so you won't be sharing.
Booking is essential, payment via internet banking is encouraged ,but ,if this isn't possible, cash will of course be accepted.
The first session is on Friday 24th July:- 9.30 - 12.30:- Drawing skills ... more details on the adult workshop page.
50 % off all Art works until Monday July 20th!!!!
Don't miss this opportunity to buy an original piece of art at a great price.
Postage & Packaging is not included.
I hope to see you very soon, have a great July.
What you need:-
Phthalo Blue & vandyke brown watercolour
Brushes, water etc.
What you do:-
- Wet the watercolour paper with clean water.
- Mix equal amounts of phthalo blue and vandyke brown watercolour paint.
- Paint overlapping stripes across the top of the paper.
- While the paint is still wet place drops of clean water across the middle.
- This will give you a 'cloud ' like effect.
- Before the paint has dried swipe a cotton but across the bottom of the page so it is almost white.
- Leave it to dry completely.
- When it is completely dry, paint fine lines for the rain coming from the cloud area in the centre.
- Paint a tree, grass, a pale hill in the distant.