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After completing the watercolor wash, filling in the large areas with a base color, let the paper dry completely. Now you’re ready for more details. Layers of color can be built up since watercolor is a transparent medium, enhancing the sense of depth by being able to see the layers underneath. Details use the techniques […]
To start a watercolor painting, first draw the subject on the paper in pencil. Keep the shapes simple. You don’t need a lot of detail at this point. One of the things I find most quaint about watercolor is being able to see the artist’s pencil lines under the transparency of the medium. Next step […]
Today the 6th grade students at Gilbert Elem. started work on their self portrait ceramic tiles. First step is to design their portrait in cartoon style. Then the drawing is transferred to the bisque tiles. When finished, these tiles will join the permanent installation on the exterior walls of the school. This is a legacy […]
Wednesday was the last night of the Gilbert Elementary Art Show receptions. The show is a roaring success thanks to the efforts of Anne Schwaab and the other art teachers. The cover art work is by a student of Bethany Bergman’s at Neely Elementary. The lesson was taught m by me to this class by […]