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Tom Jones - "Watercolor Techniques" Two Day Workshop - Cost: $195.00

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Building A Watercolor Painting to a Finished Work of Art

Two day workshop: Friday, February 1st and Saturday, February 2nd
10:00 am - 5:00 pm (break for lunch from 12-1 pm)

Cost: $195.00 which is due when registering.
Deadline for registering - January 15, 2019
No Refunds after January 15, 2019
(cost does not include materials)
Minimum class size: 10 students

Friday- 10 am - 12 noon Watercolor Painting Demonstration/Drawing for that Demo Painting

1 pm - 5 pm How to start a Painting

Saturday- 10 am - 5 pm Watercolor Techniques - Building a Watercolor Painting to a Finished Work of Art

A resident of Central Florida, Tom Jones has been commissioned by government agencies, corporations, environmental groups, clubs and private collectors. In answer to poplar demand, he typically produces his watercolor landscapes in a series of three or five paintings around a specific theme. His art can be found internationally in man y private and corporate collections, including commissioned paintings displayed in the Florida State Capital Building, Walt Disney World Corporation, Marriott Corporation, and the Omni Corporation.

Tom shares his passion for art and love of nature with students of varying skill levels through international workshops, demonstrations and instructional dvds.

To reserve your space - Call 904-398-3161 ext.319

Class participants receive a "SPECIAL 25% DISCOUNT"
on all art supplies.

Materials List

Watercolor Paper - 1 sheet 300lb Canson Heritage Rough Watercolor Paper

Watercolor Paint Colors - any brand : Lemon Yellow, Red Deep. Cobalt Blue,
Ultra Marine Blue, Prussian Blue,
Hooker Green, Raw Sienna, Rose

Watercolor Brushes - 2 or 3 inch water brush
1 inch Flat
3/4 inch Flat
#8 Round
#8 liner or rigger

Miscellaneous - Box of Tissues
Two half gallon (approx) plastic water buckets
Board to elevate the paper. Gator board works great!
Small water spray bottle
Large watercolor palette

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