Painting Textures In Watercolors with Stephen Edwards
Time & Location
About the Event
Painting Textures And Capturing Moods In Watercolors (1 or 2 days)
Stephen Edwards - Artist
Cost $100 per day or $200 for both days (Not required to come to both, but you will probably want to)
First Day Painting Textures - Sept 20, 2019
Technique to create a variety of surface textures like rust on metal, stones, wood as time allows.
Second Day Capturing Moods - Sept. 21, 2019
Planning out color and composition of painting to focus on the mood intended for the work.
Classes will begin at 9:00 AM to Noon with a 30-minute lunch (Bring your own) and commence again at 12:30 PM till stopping at 3:30 PM These classes are for beginners to veteran painters.
Stephen Edwards Workshop Supply List
(No Supplies Sold on Location)
Paper: DArches’ 300# Rough or cold press cut into 4 quarter sheet sizes (I use DArches’ so I am familiar with it. Any another paper may not have the same abilities We will use two sheets per day. Bring extra if you need to.)
(I use Winsor-Newton, but you may use any professional brand) Burnt Sienna, Ultramarine Blue, Raw Sienna, Cobalt Blue, Sepia, Indigo, Rose Madder Genuine, Paynes’ Grey, Neutral Tint, Any medium Yellow of your choice. Winsor-Newton Permanent White Gouache
Synthetic brushes (you won’t want to use expensive sable brushes on textures)
Bring a good collection of your brushes from flats and rounds to liners Old flat oil brush to soften edges and lift paint
#2 pencil & Sharpener 2 Water Containers Paper Towels or Inexpensive Toilet Paper Frisket (I use Incredible White Mask Liquid Frisket by Graphix, found at hobby Lobby) A Painting Board Drafting Tape or Frog Tape (Anything similar that is not a high sticking tape that comes off easily to tape down paper to paint board)
Biography for Stephen Edwards
Born in Indianapolis, Stephen Edwards started life as a city kid. At an early age his family moved to the country and rural life on a small farm. It was there that he developed a strong sense of work ethic values that he still considers invaluable.
Edwards has shown in many juried exhibits including the Indiana Heritage Arts Exhibition, Watercolor Society of Indiana, and the Indiana State Fair. He has won several awards in the Hoosier Salon, National Wildlife Artists, and Indiana Artist Club Exhibitions as well as many other national and regional exhibits. He is a member of the above groups as well as being the co-founder of the Watercolor Society of Indiana. He also has served as a juror of selection and awards for several exhibits. He belongs to the Transparent Watercolor Society, Pennsylvania Watercolor Society, and the American Watercolor Society all of which are national in their membership.
His goal in his work is to try to connect with his past and those things that are of interest to him. Though known for painting detailed works, he still likes to add the design and composition of the abstract in his works. His more contemporary works are generally abstractions of nature, who he considers to be the master artist of all. He feels if he can just capture a small part the essence he sees in nature; then he has accomplished what he set out to put down on paper.
- Watercolor workshop day 1$100$1000$0