Watercolor Class November 17, 2019
INSTRUCTOR JEDDA WONG
Finding great pleasure and fascination with the beauty and mystery of the botanical world, Jedda Wong naturally gravitated towards Botanical Art. She has studied under renowned botanical artists such as Donna Torres, Hilary Parker and Hee Young Kim. Her paintings have been exhibited in several galleries both locally and nationally with the Tropical Botanic Artists. She is a member of Tropical Botanic Artists, American Society of Botanic Artists, National League of American Pen Women and is a Signature Member of Miami Watercolor Society.
Using the Anthurium as our model, we will explore the importance of accurate structure in botanic art along with color mixing and discover ways to portray a glossy surface.
Arches Hot Pressed paper, 140 or 300lb, ¼ sheet or 12×16” block. If using 140lb, it must be attached to a board.
Pencil for drawing
Towel and paper towels
Brushes – 2, 4, 8 plus acrylic brush for scrubbing
Masking fluid plus applicator
Paints: Aureolin – Winsor Red – Thalo Blue
New Gamboge – Alizarin Crimson – Winsor Violet –
Perm. Rose – Cobalt Blue – Sap Green