The Art of Color:
Choosing Watercolor Colors that Work Together
Learn how to create your own personal watercolor style using exciting color combinations!
This Art of Color workshop will teach you to:
1. Understand watercolor color combinations and harmonies
2. Understand how to change colors to enhance your painting
3. Understand why some watercolor mixtures work and why other mixtures don’t work
This workshop will help you develop and enhance your own personal style by creating exciting color combinations.
Dennis will share many of his own special mixtures and provide plenty of tips. This course is aimed at watercolorists but is valuable to everyone.
Please be aware: Dennis will supply each of you with his special notebook for the workshop. In order to receive a notebook you must register before December 1st
- Watercolor Color Wheel. This is a newer item unlike the old color wheel as it is specifically for watercolor. It can be purchased online or at an art supply store.
- You must have these seven colors: Cadmium Yellow, Lemon Yellow, Cadmium Red, Alizarin Crimson, Cerulean Blue, Ultramarine Blue, Cobalt Violet along with your own palette
- #6 and #8 Round Watercolor Brush
- Spray Bottle
- Watercolor Paper for exercises
- Water Container
- Tissues or Paper Towels
- Pen/Pencil for taking notes
Dennis Pendleton has been an artist all his life and he believes that creativity and self-expression should be practiced and enjoyed by everyone. His watercolor studio is based in Denver, Colorado and he has been a watercolor instructor for the Art Students League of Denver for 30 years.
“As an artist and art teacher it has been my great pleasure to surround myself with artists and their friendships have enriched my life in so many ways. Creating art is my passion and that is what I will be doing for the rest of my life.”Materials List:
Graduate of Ohio State University, BFA. Studied with Charles Reid, Lowell Ellesworth Smith, Ned Jacob, George Carlson, Chen Chi, Ramon Kelly.
Watercolor Magazine, The Artists Magazine, Articles in Artists of the Rockies and the Golden West, Southwest Art Magazine, Artists of the Contemporary West.
Taos, New Mexico
Denver Botanic Gardens, Colorado
Steamboat Springs, Colorado
The Innis Grant
Best of Show, Tri-State Art Show
Note higher price for this popular course with one of the area’s most sought after teachers!
Member $100, BAG/Partner $115, Non-member $130
Location: Louisville Center for the Arts, 801 Grant Avenue, Louisville, CO
LAA and BAG Members: To get the discounted price, use your member code during check-out. Workshop registration is limited and fills fast! Register now to reserve your seat. Contact Steve Markman with questions: firstname.lastname@example.org