PLEASE NOTE: This class is a series and runs on 3 consecutive Wednesdays. Students can sign up for more than one series and each week’s project will be new and interesting.
CLASS DESCRIPTION: Explore color theory, composition, and art history while being encouraged to find your personal style. Enjoy informal class critiques in a fun and relaxed atmosphere. Students will create one watercolor painting per class. Prior experience with watercolors is recommended.
SKILL LEVEL: Intermediate to Experienced
TUITION: $120.00 (due at time of registration) + EVENTBRITE FEE $8.93 (due at time of registration)
Please bring the following materials with you. (Materials may be purchased prior to class at art supply stores, such as Artist & Craftsman Supply, Dick Blick, Top Notch, Michaels and larger JoAnn Fabrics stores, or online at any of the above stores.)
- Bring your brushes, 140lb watercolor paper, paints, water plastic container, and pencil. We will discuss additional materials at the first class.
CLASS MINIMUM: 4 students
INSTRUCTOR BIO: Kathleen Zimbicki is a Pittsburgh Watercolor Society member, gallery founder, artist, arts advocate, and teacher, She has devoted half a century to creating and promoting art. As a teacher, she has attracted a following of beginner and advanced artists. She has taught at The Pittsburgh, Center for Arts, Touchstone Center for Crafts, Carnegie Mellon University, Sweetwater Center for the Arts, and the Jewish Community Center. She has also been a visiting artist and teacher in Barcelona, Spain and Le Pouldu, France.