Watercolor Painting

Watercolor is NOT intended for beginner students. In order to work with watercolor students need to know how to draw very well. As opposed to oils or acrylics, watercolors are hard to rework and make changes, wet paper can't take too many corrections. Therefore, one or two semesters of drawing is highly required. Students will work from observation. Subjects may include still life and possibly portrait or figure.


Wednesday 6.15 - 9 pm
Instructor Leonid Shoshensky
$500 (12 sessions) for Fall/Winter/Spring
Not running during the summer

Tuesday 10.30 – 1.30 p.m. 
Instructor Boris Kulikov
$500 (12 sessions) for Fall/Winter/Spring
$400 (8 sessions) for Summer
5 spots

Monday 3:30 - 6 pm
Instructor Sasha Budaev
$500 (12 sessions) for Fall/Winter/Spring
$400 (8 sessions) for Summer
53spots


Tuesday 6.15 - 9 pm
Instructor Varvara Agabekova
$500 (12 sessions) for Fall/Winter/Spring
$400 (8 sessions) for Summer
Full

Thursdays 6.15 - 9 pm
Instructor Leo Kundas
$500 (12 sessions) for Fall/Winter/Spring
$400 (8 sessions) for Summer
2 spots

Friday 6.15 - 9 pm
Instructor Leo Kundas
$500 (12 sessions) for Fall/Winter/Spring
not running during the Summer

Saturday 4 - 7 pm
Instructor Leonid Shoshensky
$500 (12 sessions) for Fall/Winter/Spring
$400 (8 sessions) for Summer
Summer hours for this class are 3 - 6 pm
5 spots

Supplies List

Pencil, kneaded eraser, pencil sharpener

Set of watercolor paints in blocks, no tubes. We recommend these brands. Windsor Newton, Cotman or Russian-made Ladoga. 12 colors is enough, but please don’t buy the cheapest brands, they do not work.

2-3 watercolor brushes, a small pointy one and a larger flat one

Watercolor paper pad, 18 x 24 inches or a little smaller.