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New Watercolor Series: Exotic, Expressive Birds Watercolor Series Paintings with Phyllis Gubins
8 weeks of 3 Hour Classes on Tuesday evenings from 5:30-8:30PM
January 9th to February 27th
Series Discount for all 8 weeks is $320 if you bring your own supplies
OR $440 for all 8 weeks with all watercolor supplies included. You may also purchase individual classes at $49 without supplies or $64 each with supplies.
Dancing White Cockatoo with Attitude
Tuesday, Jan 9th 5:30-8:30pm
He knows he is beautiful and he loves to show off. We will paint him in all his glory using transparent watercolors and add an interesting background. .
Peacock with Shimmering Feathers
Tuesday, Jan 16th 5:30-8:30pm
The luminosity of their feathers appear to gradually change colors as we look at them from different angels and we will explore various methods to paint their elegance.
Tropical Parrots & Big Macaws
Tuesday, January 23rd 5:30-8:30pm
These are the Rainforest Beauties that artists love to paint. We will detail their bright, rainbows of feathers with soft and bold watercolor techniques.
Sparkling White Egrets
Tuesday, January 30th 5:30-8:30pm
These are our local shorebirds and they will be wonderful subjects to apply a variety of watercolor procedures such as masking, wet-on wet, negative painting and glazing.
Tropical Toucan on Watch
Tuesday, February 6th 5:30-8:30pm
This is the most unusual yet colorful bird of the tropics and we will paint him in his natural environment as we experiment with new techniques.
Tuesday, February 13th 5:30-8:30pm
These could be called the clowns of the big bird species. Their silly expressions will make anyone smile and we will have fun as we portray their images.
Tuesday, February 20th 5:30-8:30pm
Tall, peach colored and elegant, this bird is so beautiful and unique. We will paint them feeding at the shore in their tropical home.
The Lone Owl
Tuesday, February 27th 5:30-8:30pm
Always watching with those huge brown eyes, we rarely encounter this nocturnal bird but we will enjoy their company through photos as we paint their feathered fluffiness..