Oct 15

Dynamic Watercolor Painting Workshop: European Hillside

Sheila Zeve Lipkin

From afar pretend you see this scene while taking a walk during a visit to a European city. To successfully carry out a painting of this view, sometimes it is best to sketch in parts of the composition. Such is the case with this beautiful landscape painting, placing many of the buildings as a guidance for where they are to be placed. Information for methods of outlining as well as a review for carrying out the remainder of the landscape will be presented at the beginning of the workshop. Personal photos many be brought in as well that have similarities to this scene.

*If you are new to watercolor painting, it is a prerequisite to take one of the Dynamic Watercolor Painting Workshop: Introduction classes being offered.

Materials needed:
Boxed set of paints

Additional colors: burnt sienna, buff titanium, undersea green (undersea green available Daniel Smith paints), quinacridone gold, quinacridone magenta

Number 8 round brush and 3/4-inch flat brush. Squirrel hair brush suggested

Large plastic palette

Small spray bottle for water

Tablet watercolor paper, cold press

Board to place paper while painting


palette knife

*This is a limited enrollment class.

This class will be held in-person at WIH



Class Tuition

12 in stock

Price is per student. Class tuition is non-refundable.