Part I: Monochromatic Atmospheric Perspective Landscape Painting
Objective: Create 1 landscape study in Watercolor that demonstrates atmospheric perspecitve. This study will be achieved with a constrained color pallet.
Directions (Part 1):
Part II : Full Color Landscape Painting with Water Reflection
Objective: Create a watercolor study that depicts an atmospheric perspective landscape with water and water reflection.
Project Goal: Create a collaborative mural with common linear movements that connect all panels.
Project Goal: Combine acrylic paint and transfered black & white printed images onto a canvas panel.
Samples of images that could be used for this project:
Create a watercolor study that incorporates:
Random examples of circle designs:
Primary & Complementary Painting Challenge
Project Goal: Create a botanical or vegetable/fruit watercolor painting that utilizes Complementary and Secondary colors. Also, painting should address Glazing, color blending and Tinting and Shading
Artists that work with Complementary Colors: http://artcuratorforkids.com/color-in-art-examples/
Lemon still life Watercolor Demo by Mr. Dressler
Create a monochromatic watercolor painting that demonstrates multiple glazed layers of paint and range of tonality.
Using a flat brush and a single color, create multiple GLAZED layers of shapes. When overlapping a new layer, be sure that the previous is dry. Use a hair dryer between applications if needed. Control the saturation of paint by considering the ratio of water to paint before applying to paper.
The final result should be multiple overlapping forms that create a range of shapes and tonality.