with G Caruso
Learn the basic principles of traditional watercolor painting and discover the welcoming and supporting enviroment of the Berlin Drawing Room online classes. It’s not like your work meetings!
G Caruso will lead you through a series of watercolor exercises through a live demo.
How to join: Sign up for our newsletter and receive the Zoom link to the livestreaming classes. A newsletter will be sent out Friday, November 27 with login details for BOTH free classes.
Friday, November 27
18 – 20:00 CET
(6pm Berlin, 9am San Francisco, 10am Denver, 12pm noon NY)
Sunday, November 29
12 – 14:00 CET
(12pm Berlin, 11am London, 6am NY, 8pm Tokyo)
Online livestreaming workshops.
Materials: Any basic set of watercolors, round brush, pencil and watercolor paper will suffice. You will also need a cup for water and some paper towels.
To be precise:
-Watercolor paper, at least 50% cotton, rough/torchon, 300gr/sq
– Watercolors, basic set of 12 (The cotman basic set is a good ratio quality/price, just substitute the white with payne’s grey. If you already have a box, these are the colors we need: lemon yellow, yellow ochre, cadmium orange, magenta/permanent rose/alizarine, burnt sienna, sap green, emerald green, prussian blue/cerulean blue/cobalt/cyan, ultramarine blue, burnt umber, payne’s grey. No black or white)
– Round tip watercolor brush, syntethic, the da vinci nova (green handle) is a good affordable series, as big as your thumb. (14/16)
– Watersoluble neutral brown pencil or 4B graphite