With Dan Shanahan
Saturday, April 1, 1 – 3 pm
Everson Museum, 401 Harrison St, Syracuse
$32 Everson Museum Member
In this workshop, Dan Shanahan will guide you through the process of creating a portrait with watercolor, starting with laying out your image by drawing, and completing your work using watercolor to place lights and darks to carefully create depth.
You can find Dan Shanahan at Open Figure Drawing every week, using either watercolor or pastel.
Everson will provide the material needed for the class but asks that students supply their own brushes. Students are free to bring their own other watercolor material as well. See the list below for Dan’s suggested supplies.
Pencil & Eraser
• 1/2″ round mop type brush
• 2 brushes size ranging from 6 to 10 rounds
• 1 or 2 brushes size 2 – 3 rounds
• burnt sienna
• cobalt blue
• perylene maroon
Container with open top to hold water
Board at least as large as your paper
Please use the paper supplied with the class.
If you or anyone you know is interested in this class but can’t afford the registration fee, please apply for a scholarship using the link at the bottom of the Everson’s class listing page.