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Just Add Water

Just Add Water: Watercolor and Ink Pencils

By April 10, 2019February 3rd, 2024No Comments

Wednesdays May 22 – June 26, 2024 10:00 – 12:30pm

No class June 19

5-WEEK ART CLINIC WITH J. JORDAN BRUNS


Watercolor Pencils have been around for some time now.  They are fantastic for sketching in the sketchbook and great to bring with you on vacation.  Just add a little water to the drawn line and the pencil mark becomes a watercolor wash.  But what else can we do with them?  We’ll split our experimentation between still life and the figure.  This is a great Art Clinic for drawing students as well as students interested in water-based painting.  Please note there is a $30 model fee to be paid in class for this session. 

This is a beginner to advanced level Art Clinic.


Schedule of Classes:

Class 1) May 22- Introduction to Watercolor and Ink Pencils, organic objects still life

            Exercise/Demo: Using gestural design, experiment with the materials

Class 2) May 29– Plant and organic objects still life cont.

Class 3 June 5 – Working from the Live Model, gestural and quick! – Day 1 of 1

Class 4) June 12– Working from the Live Model – Long pose, Day 1 of 2

— No class June 19 —

Class 5) June 26 – Working from the Live Model – Long pose, Day 2 of 2


Materials Pass” is an optional fee that rents out all the materials you would need for your Art Clinic class.  For this Session of “Just add Water”, the materials pass is $30.  Please note that with Material Pass, you keep your artwork but are leasing the drawing/painting tools (like brushes and palette).  If you select to pay the Materials Pass, please email Jordan Bruns, to let him know.  You can always email with any questions.


Supply List for Just Add Water: Watercolor Ink Pencils

Pencils 4H, 2H

Watercolor Brush, large round (#14 or #16)

Derwent Inktense Colored Pencils (set of 12, 24, or 36)

Conte Crayon, 2 pack black

White Plastic Eraser

Four sheets, 20×30” Arches (or similar brand) Cold Press watercolor paper

NOTE: If you would rather use a watercolor block or LARGE (16x20ish) watercolor sketch pad that is fine instead of large paper

watercolor paper