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Mysterious Watercolour Landscapes ONLINE

with artist & tutor Jason M Bentley Saturday 16th & Sunday 17th March 1pm - 4pm

  • Starts 16 Mar 2024
  • 270 British pounds
  • Great King Street

Available spots

Service Description

Has a scene in nature ever taken your breath away? I’m lucky to live in one of the world's most beautiful places. And this time of year offers a variety of moods, with changing weather patterns that transform the land and sky. Let’s go to the Scottish Highlands on a virtual tour. To get us in the grove and feel inspired to paint, I’ll show you pictures and short videos that will make you feel like you’re there! In this two session workshop, we will talk about colour character, and moving pigment in a way that transforms the atmosphere of the land. Each day will be on the concentration of a new landscape with a unique character. This open and interactive course will spotlight the instructor’s palette, work surface, and reference in real time, so you can directly see exactly how he mixes and applies paint. The process will be step by step based with short demos so you can take time to follow along and ask questions all the way to the finished painting. Use the supplies you prefer and are already comfortable with of course. This list is a recommendation. If you see something in it you don’t yet have, you may want to try! Drawing: -HB or 2B graphite pencil -erasure (kneaded recommended) For Station: - watercolor palette of your choice, one with both large flat mixing surfaces and separated wells recommended - cold pressed watercolor paper (300gsm), sheets or block (Arches or Saunders Waterford are fine brands) at least 9 x 12 inch surface. - Scotch Blue painters tape and board (if not working from a block) - Plenty of paper towels Brushes: Jason uses Princeton and Winsor & Newton Professional synthetics and hybrids. - Filberts | small & medium (think pinky and thumb) - Rounds | small (Jason uses W&N Prof size 4) - Pointed Rounds | small (this is not required but is very helpful) Pigments: Jason uses Winsor & Newton and Daniel Smith. - Lemon Yellow - Quinacridone Red - Cadmium Red - Burnt Siena - Raw Umber - Cobalt Blue - Ultramarine - Sap Green - Ivory Black

Upcoming Sessions

Cancellation Policy

We will provide a 50% refund if you give written advance notice up to 30 days before the course start date. 0% refund 30 days before a course starts. Please note there is an administration fee of £5 payable in respect of such refunds to cover payment processing fees. You will need to inform a member of administration staff in writing by emailing EDS at Additionally, if you withdraw for any reason after the course has started you will not be entitled to a refund. We are a small business and we depend on every booking to ensure that classes can go ahead. If a student is unable to attend a class due to illness, then EDS must be informed immediately so that the tutor can be notified. If you are missing a class because you suspect that you have developed Covid-19, please let us know immediately so that we can alert fellow student and tutors. Non-attendance of classes/workshops does not automatically mean a refund, however EDS will assess the circumstance

Contact Details

  • 13A Great King Street, Edinburgh, UK

    + 0131 556 0971

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