Students will learn various techniques as you paint five oceanic compositions to include rippled water, glistening water, reflective water, fog on water, and waves crashing on rocks. This is a class for the intermediate watercolorist that will take you to the next level for developing your own future interpretations in doing beautiful ocean scenes. 


Fridays, January 24-February 28, 10-noon


Stanley Gilmore


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Date(s) - 01/24/2020 - 02/28/2020
10:00 am - 12:00 pm



Ticket Type Price Spaces
Nonmember: Exploring Seascape Water Techniques $140.00
Members: Exploring Seascape Watercolor Techniques $128.00

Materials List

Painting Seascapes Materials list


Aureolin yellow

Burnt sienna

Brown madder

Permanent alizarin crimson

Permanent Red

Prussian blue

Raw sienna

Cerulean blue

Raw umber

French Ultramarine blue 

300 lb. watercolor paper cold press 


Number 6, 10 rounds Watercolor 

Liner brush, or #3 or #4 rigger brush

Masters Touch 1” flat brush

toothbrush or stiff bristle brush for splattering 

Other items

Artist tape white

Palette (cover preferable)

Pencil – eraser (kneaded)

Painting knife

Water container.