9-25-20 Baby Bird - Adult Virtual Watercolor Painting Workshop
This creative and engaging watercolor painting workshop will meet for 1.5 hours. Multiple workshop dates and times are available. Instructor Victoria Elizabeth will introduce students to basic watercolor techniques and guide them through creating a fall-themed watercolor painting.
If you would like to purchase our exclusive art box, it includes everything you'll need for this class and many painting sessions after. We chose our favorite paints, brushes, and paper to ensure you have great results. The paints and paper really do make a difference and we want to provide the experience possible for you so you continue on. When you purchase the Watercolor Makers Box, you receive the workshop for free!
Please select the workshop with the watercolor makers' box at checkout. If you're already stocked up on watercolor painting supplies, you can purchase the virtual workshop for just $15. We ask that you purchase our kit if you don't already have premium art supplies. It's important that our students use watercolor paper and the color paint palette we supply.
Inquire about private virtual parties for groups of 8 or more. We send makers' boxes to each guest in advance and host a unique and memorable experience for your group. firstname.lastname@example.org
Baby Bird on Friday, 9-25-20 at 6:30 - 8:00 P.M. CST
- Ages 18 and over
- One 90 minute workshop
- Class sizes are limited to 12 adults
- Exclusive watercolor makers' box includes (1) Art Philosophy high-quality set of 24 pan watercolors, (10) assorted round pointed nylon bristle brushes, (1) Canson 9x12 30 sheets 140 lb watercolor paper tablet, (1) Pasler Professional 2H pencil, (1) metal pencil sharpener, (1) Prismacolor ArtGum eraser. This box is valued at $70!
About the Instructor:
Victoria Elizabeth is a nationally exhibited and internationally published watercolor fine artist. She is a graduate of the American Academy of Art in Chicago with a BFA Specializing in Watercolor Painting. Her current body of work draws inspiration from roses and how time changes them. She is a member of the Nature Artists’ Guild of The Morton Arboretum.