Watercolor: Subjects in Nature

Take your watercolor practice to the next level and immerse yourself in the beautiful world of nature. This course will explore a variety of  flora and fauna, and offer a unique practice in artistic expression. This course will cover several watercolor painting techniques and explain color mixing, color matching, brush control, and painting light and dark contrast. All levels welcome.


Community: $275
Faculty, staff & alumni: $250
Current Students: $175

Materials List:

Fabriano Studio Watercolor Pad – 11” x 14”, 300 gsm, Cold Press, 12 sheets

10 Well Plastic Tray – 6 3/4” Diameter, White

General’s Kimberly Drawing Pencil – 2H Quantity: 2

Blick Masterstroke Golden Taklon Brush – Round, Short Handle, Size 2, 6, and 10

  1. Graham Artists’ Watercolors: Ultramarine Blue, Azo Yellow, Alizarin Crimson, Sap Green, Burnt Sienna, and Chinese White

Faber-Castell Dust-Free Vinyl Eraser

Hand-Held Pencil Sharpener – Dual Hole

Jar For Water

You can purchase your materials locally from Artist & Craftsman or by visiting https://www.dickblick.com/lists/blicku/0B1XXSG3HB8BQ/publicview/

Supplies will also be available at a 10% discount at Artist & Craftsman, 2573 Shattuck Avenue, Berkeley at Blake Street.

Late Fall Session Dates:

Day Dates Times Instructor Location
Wednesday  10/20–12/8* 6–8pm  Danny Neece  365 Anthropology & Art Practice Building

*No class on 11/24


Watercolor: Subjects in Nature
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Danny Neece

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