Creating Watercolour Studies Over a Coloured Wash A free online demo with Missy Acker, CSPWC

Wednesday, April 21, 2021, 7 pm EST

This workshop will be offered via Zoom

Creating Watercolour Studies Over a Coloured Wash

Most watercolour artists are familiar with painting on white paper. While saving the beautiful whites is a valuable and time-honored technique, in this one-hour demonstration, Missy Acker will show how she works over a coloured ground with watercolour and gouache when creating studies of birds. With only a few layers of paint, a thoughtful choice of ground colour can give your subject character and vitality, with its own lovely charm.

About Missy Acker

Missy Acker was elected into the CSPWC in 2018. She is a wildlife artist living in Southern Ontario, Canada, with a focus on birds as a subject. Her work has been shown internationally, and has twice been juried into Birds in Art. She is currently in the midst of starting another series of vulture paintings.

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You will receive a Zoom link a few days before the start of the event.

Equipment needed for the workshop:

To take part in the Zoom demo, you’ll need a microphone and camera-enabled computer OR an iPad/smart tablet OR a smart phone (Android or iOS) PLUS a robust internet connection.

You’ll also need to download Zoom on your device (free version of Zoom is fine). Please update your Zoom to the latest version.

A recording of the demo will be available for two weeks after the event.