Friday 6th October 7:30 pm.
Kerry will be demonstrating painting birds and bees using black Chinese ink and watercolour.
If anyone would like to join in having a go, materials needed are;
Chinese black ink (or a waterproof when dry, black ink). Not drawing ink, or calligraphy ink. These are not waterproof when dry and will smudge when the watercolour is applied.
300 gsm watercolour paper (NOT) – cold pressed. A4 or A3
Dipping ink pen
Watercolour paints (a rough idea) – cadmium yellow, raw umber, burnt sienna, ultramarine, payne’s gray. And any other colours if you wish to paint a background or other flowers.
Brushes size 12 or 10, 4 or 6
2 containers of water
A board slightly bigger than your paper and masking tape to tape all 4 sides down
Below are a few images that can be used. Kerry will be painting a row of birds on a branch and another painting of bees and a flower.