|Techniques in watercolour
||Monday 16 April
||Monday 9 July
||9.30am to 11.30am
Barton Adult Community Learning Centre
This course will be half price for people aged over 60 and not
in receipt of pension guarantee credit. It will only be £5 for people in receipt
of benefits. Please enquire if you think you might be eligible for fee
To enrol please contact Barton Adult Community Learning Centre on 01724
296811 or email email@example.com.
This brief introduction will allow the learner to explore and
experiment with a variety of watercolour techniques – colour glazing, wet on
wet, pen and wash, the course aims to develop the learners’ creativity and
understanding how to use watercolour paints.
With support and guidance from the tutor, learners will familiarise
themselves with resources, tools and equipment required for future creativity.
Learners with existing knowledge can develop further their skills. The aim is to
introduce the learner to different watercolour techniques and explore
experimental approaches to using watercolour.
Methods of assessment
of work and an Individual learning plan will be used to record learner progress
and achievement. The course tutor will provide guidance and feedback relating to
progress and achievement.
Content and learning outcomes
explore the characteristics of watercolour
explore tools and equipment for painting
explore and develop basic drawing and painting techniques
identify suitable materials and techniques to take forward for
maintain a safe working environment
Requirements for the session
Please bring with you any materials that you may already own such as
pencils, watercolour paper, brushes and paints. Some materials will be available
for learners to use at the session.
Please confirm that the class is running before buying any equipment.
We can also signpost to alternative learning providers.