Online Watercolor Lessons


Online Watercolor Lessons

All levels from beginner to advanced. Age groups from 8-85. Each lesson will be geared to your experience level. Lessons may cover techniques such as: as wet-on-wet, wet-on-dry, using salt, scumbling, scraping, dry brush, creating washes, tipping in, and using resist.

Design elements such as drawing or sketching your thoughts, working from photographs, conquering value, creating a pleasing composition, directing eye-flow, and cropping, may be covered.

Lesson elements may focus on materials may include: which paper and why, which brush and how many brushes, what about plein air painting, paint: price, hue, archivalness, other materials such as watercolor brushes, pencils, mediums, canvas, Yupo, ink, etc.

When you register, you will be sent a questionnaire to identify the areas you are most interested in working on with Jane. You will pick a time from Jane’s online schedule convenient for you. You will be sent information on how to sign on to your online lesson, and you will see each other face-to-face via the Internet.

If you would like a Critique of any of watercolor paintings you have completed and have available for review, please sign up for an online drawing lesson for a 45 minute or the 60 minutes session. You can note that you are interested in the “Critique” in the questionnaire Jane will send you after you sign up through TakeLessons.

45-minute sessions may cover:
Having Jane answer any questions you have at the beginning of the session. You may review projects with her. She will demonstrate one or two techniques and she prefers, if possible, if the student paints along with her, so she can see how the student is interpreting the lesson. An assignment will be given at the end of the session. Cost for 45-minute critique: $60

60-minute sessions may cover:
Having Jane answer any questions you have at the beginning of the session. You may review projects with her. She will demonstrate two or three techniques and she prefers, if possible, if the student paints along with her, so she can see how the student is interpreting the lesson. The longer session allows Jane to spend more time putting the techniques in context and suggesting variations of the technique for you. An assignment will be given at the end of the session. Cost for 60-minute critique: $70

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