Fri, Mar 05 | Training via Zoom

Watercolor Loose & Fast: A Workshop with Ryan Fox

Watercolor Loose and Fast with Ryan Fox. Ryan will demonstrate a graphic approach to watercolor using black paint, then covering it to create an atmospheric look unique to watercolor. Limited palette painting using only three colors.

Time & Location

Mar 05, 9:00 AM – Mar 06, 4:00 PM
Training via Zoom

About The Event

Please direct any questions to our workshop coordinator, Carol Blackwood, at carolblackwood@yahoo.com or 803-603-8634.

Workshop Description (from the instructor)

Watercolor Loose and Fast

Turn your old notions of watercolor upside down. Explore numerous techniques in watercolor painting such as wet onto wet painting, charging color, intentional water blossoms, scraping, spattering, and adding texture to your paintings. The workshop will be a learning experience with demonstrations, one-on-one consultations, and constructive critiques.  All levels of students are encouraged to participate.   Students are welcome to bring their own photographs or use the instructor’s photographic resources.

Students will complete several quarter-sheet (11x15”) paintings during each session.

Students can work from their own photographs or use samples provided by the instructor.

About the Instructor

Ryan Fox is a signature member of the American Watercolor Society as well as 6 state and regional societies- Northeast, Georgia, Illinois, Pennsylvania, Missouri, and North Carolina (NEWS, GWS, IWS, PWS, MOWS, WSNC). Ryan has won awards in The American Watercolor Society (AWS), Adirondacks National Exhibition of American Watercolors, Missouri Watercolor Society, Georgia Watercolor Society (GWS), and Watercolor Society of North Carolina juried shows. His work has been featured in Watercolor Artist Magazine, Art of Watercolour, and Splash 15, 16, 19 & 20 hardcover books published by F+W Media. His instructional DVDs are marketed by Creative Catalyst Productions.

Workshop Supply List

  • Watercolor paints- One each of the primary colors. Choose between my favorites: Dioxazine Purple, Rose Madder Hue, Yellow Ochre, Winsor Yellow, Aureolin, Cobalt Blue, Cerulean Blue (Winsor & Newton), Shadow Violet (Daniel Smith), Raw Umber (Winsor & Newton) Perinone Orange, Ultramarine Blue, and Burnt Sienna. Also one tube black- either Lamp Black or Sepia. I prefer Daniel Smith and Winsor & Newton Paints.
  • Watercolor brushes- squirrel mop brush #2 or #4, round #4 or #6 for finer details.
  • Paper towels. I use Viva w/ no pattern
  • Watercolor palette
  • One small bottle of masking fluid. Make sure liquid isn’t clumpy.
  • Cheap brush for masking fluid.
  • Water container
  • Several 22x30 sheets of professional watercolor paper. I use Arches or Fabriano Artistico 140lb or 300lb, Cold press or rough surface.
  • Drawing supplies. Pencils, white erasers, pencil sharpeners
  • Water resistant board to put paper on. This could be gatorboard, plexiglass, or wood.
  • 2” masking tape

Registration

Registration is open to CCAL members for $125.

Registration is open to non-CCAL members for $150.

NOTE: We had hoped to hold this as an in-person workshop but due to continued COVID restrictions, the decision has been made to hold this instead as an online training session via Zoom. Ryan has conducted a number of online training sessions and is well positioned to hold the workshop online instead.  

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  • CCAL Member: Deposit - Fox
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  • CCAL Member: Balance Due -Fox
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