January 14 (Monday) 1:00 pm - March 25 (Monday) 3:00 pm
Coleridge Community College
Radegund Rd, Cambridge CB1 3RJ
length of course
Book a place on the course
£110 (£66) - Operating a waiting list, Please do not book online unless you have been offered a place - contact the office on either 01223 712340 or email email@example.com
Brief Description: Ever wanted to learn how to paint? This course is designed for complete beginners and for those of you who have a little experience of watercolour painting. You will
Ever wanted to learn how to paint? This course is designed for complete beginners and for those of you who have a little experience of watercolour painting. You will be taught the essential skills of watercolour painting, you will be able to transfer these skills to any style of watercolour painting, both traditional and contemporary. You will be able to progress at your own pace.
The course is priced per 10 weeks (one term); you may find, as many learners do, that you will want to continue for more than 10 weeks; if this is the case you will be offered the opportunity to re-enrol and pay for another term.
Previous Experience and Knowledge Needed?
No experience necessary, this course is designed for both complete beginners and those with a little experience.
By the end of the 10 week course you will be able to:
• Experiment with application techniques
• Paint a variety of subject matter, both from photo references and from life
• Recognise basic shapes
• Learn and apply new terminology to express ideas and intentions
• Identify forms and masses
Denise Schoenberg was an Architect in Cambridge for many years and in parallel with Architecture developed her interest in watercolour painting. She has exhibited in Cambridge and is a member of Cambridge Open Studios. She has been teaching watercolours for the last 6 years in and around Cambridge for adults and children. She now focuses on floral painting and coastal landscapes.
Extra costs on the course for example text book, materials or equipment
In the first lesson your tutor will discuss papers, brushes and paints and a ‘materials shopping list’ will be provided for those of you who do not already have your own and who need to purchase some materials. Some materials are available to purchase at the class (e.g. paper).
For the first session you will need to bring:
Pencil – HB or 2B
Shopping list to be discussed in the class:
Brushes – two good quality watercolour brushes (round) sizes 6 and 10 (or similar sizes) and a wash brush,
Paints – watercolour paints in tubes or flat pans (the differences will be explained during the first lesson):
Suggested colours – Alizarin Crimson, Cadmium Red; Cadmium Yellow Pale, Ultramarine Blue, Cobalt Blue (useful additional colours will be discussed during the course)
Watercolour paper (Saunders Waterford or Langton or Bockingford, NOT surface, minimum weight 300gsm/140lb) a pad, loose sheets or a block (minimum A4).
White plastic or ceramic palette, scrap paper for testing colours. Sketch book (A4 or A3 size)
On completion of this course, what might your next steps be?
The tutor will advise you.
The Learn and Train office is also able to give course information or search for alternative courses for you.
Denise SchoenbergI was an Architect in Cambridge for many years and in parallel with Architecture developed my interest in watercolour painting. I have exhibited in Cambridge and am a member of Cambridge Open Studios. I have been teaching watercolours for the last 6 years in and around Cambridge for adults and children. I now focus on floral painting and coastal landscapes.