This course will build your watercolor skills through instruction, demonstrations and hands-on experience. Learning the fundamentals and properties of this medium will help remove the mystery and anxiety of watercolor so you can achieve your desired results. This class is catered to the beginning watercolorist and those looking to review the basics. It is open to all skill levels. A supplies list will be discussed on the first day of class. Minimum age 18. For additional class information and expanded supply list please visit Bill Wise's website Supply list: (Instructor will have paint for those of you who don’t the 1st night) (1 or 2) 22×30” watercolor paper sheets, Arches 140lb Cold Press, recommended, (Hobby Lobby or UMD) #12 or #10 round watercolor brush (synthetic or synthetic blend) (6) colors of watercolor paint (1 warm and 1 cool of each Yellow, Red, and Blue). Palette with cover One – 1pt or larger water containers (Preferably plastic to avoid breakage) Pencil Large soft white or kneaded eraser, not a pink pearl, (MOO brand from Hobby Lobby) Sponge: a small inexpensive grocery store sponge or old terry cloth rag Small spritzer bottle for water. See travel sections at Target, Walgreen’s etc. Paper towel 12×16” Support board: Some waterproof surface to paint on (I will have some available for use) Note pad: to take notes Sketch pad optional Camera optional Brush carrier, canvas or bamboo (protects brushes tips) optional There is a chance you might get watercolors on your cloths. Wear something appropriate.