A basic watercolor lesson will be completed soon.
Watercolor painting is an easy and a relatively environmentally safe way to paint outdoors' with as much or as little equipment as you decide to carry. The minimum you will need other than the paints, paper and a brush is water. However add a portable watercolor easel and you can do some serious work.
Some of the pigments used in these paints are more staining than other pigments so you will need to choose your pallet well if small children are using this media. I would suggest a smock or over shirt when small children or sloppy adults (I am a sloppy adult) are using watercolor paints. Watercolor is an ideal media for children, beginner, intermediate and the advanced student.
Lessons coming soon. In the mea time if you want to get started try one of the watercolor books on the "Watercolor Books I Recommend" page
As with our entire curriculum we will give you a list of all of the supplies and equipment we used for the lesson.
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