Nora Gross

Nora Gross watercolour artist
and painting instructor.

 

For registration instructions send Nora an E-mail Here


 WATER COLOUR CLASSES. 2020                                          

Duration: 10 week class.
Days:  Thursday Mornings.
Time:

10:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Starting Date:

Thursday  Feb 13 / 2020.

Price: $ 175.00


  DETAILS :

LOCATION: Forest Hills Sobeys Dartmouth.
  Corner of Forest Hills and Cole Harbour Rd.
  Heritage Community Room.

 

Our imagination needs unfilled spaces to wander where it can stare into the distance and create images for paper or canvas.

 


Thursday    

10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.

Feb 13

 After Christmas warm up.

Feb 20

Winter scene.

Feb 27

Snow melt painting ice edges? Rocks?

Mar 05

Using liquid ink on paper - I bring ink.     

Mar 12

Paint with your favorite colour today.
Mar 19 Stormy day sky.

Mar 26

Bright flowers to bring us hope. 

Apr 02

Spring scenery. 

Apr 09

Splash colours for a flower scene.

Apr 16

T. B. A. and pot luck at Nora's home. 

 

Remember good judgment comes from experience

and a lot of that comes from bad judgement. 

 

 

Classes  begin promptly at 10:00 with a demonstration by Nora of the day's lesson. 
The Heritage room is small, secure your place early.

I DO ENCOURAGED YOU TO BRING SOME OF YOUR OWN PHOTOS.
I CAN PROVIDE SOME BUT YOU NEED TO BUILD UP YOUR OWN REFERENCES.
ESPECIALLY THE MORE ADVANCED PAINTERS.

The beginning of each class is a critique of the homework from the week before-two classes for
the price of one.

 GRISAILLE. A style of painting using only grey tints and giving theeffect of sculpture in relief.

NOTE:   IF THE SCHOOLS ARE CLOSED DUE TO STORMS SO ARE WE.
             So listen to the radio on storm days please. 
             I will not call to remind you of this on the storm day.

 

                                            NORA'S SUPPLY LIST

Paper: 

You can get away with a lot of things but NOT inferior watercolour paper. Quality is a MUST and I carry paper with me for you at Cost. A 200 lb. paper that does not need to be taped down.

Brushes:

Watercolour brushes please-trust me, there is a difference from acrylic brushes.   Personally I use flat brushes most of the time, a one inch wide  metal base and a one inch long bristle, also a half inch brush.  You should also have round brushes in 4, 10 and one small enough to sign your name.

Palette: 

 A larger palette with a lid is preferable but you may prefer the more inexpensive with the self folding lid.

Colours:

YOU can get away with student quality paint like Cotman.  I do not use it.  I use artist quality paint, mostly Winsor Newton or Holbein.

Colour choices:

You don't need a huge amount of colours to achieve a variety-you mix them

Ultramarine Blue, Cobalt Blue

New Gamboge & Aureolin - yellows

Raw Sienna, Burnt Sienna

Permanent Alizarin, Permanent Rose

With those you can do wonders.  There are other colours I use and you may want to get those when you see if you like or want them.

 

 

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