On Tuesday afternoons the Hangar offers a watercolour class, with yours truly as a teacher. We start 2pm and finish painting 4.30pm, and after that we have a line up and evaluation...
I always suggest a subject, and sometimes all join in creating their variations on that theme. This is very interesting because you see the surprising differences in style and personal view... I'll show you some of that later because we have a small group of starters, working on the same exercises and already showing a wonderful variety in design and expression.
Lately, most of the advanced participants have brought their own ideas and subjects, and I thought it would be nice to show you some of the results of that...
In our Aquarellista group the theme 'landscape' often means something quitre different from the ordinary.
Like this one by Sandra Seymour Dale
Or this colourful and poetic forest painted by Anna Karin Fast. She used handmade paper of another type and the effect of this paper is amazing: the paint granulates so much more than on our regular Arche Torchon (enlarge picture by clicking it to appreciate what this looks like)
A weird yet very interesting landscape with great perspective by Hélène van der Kroft
This more classic landscape was created by a guest, Ellie. It is very well done - and will most definitely be stunning when the shadows of the village are added...
Fantasy still lifes by Liz Douglas and Brigitte Jansen (below), inspired by the starter exercise on 'transparency'. Note the differences, knowing that they worked from the same example in the 2nd Hangar Watercolour Book
China still life by Cathie van der Stel with experimental background, made with wet aquarelle paint and cling film
Cup designed by Lies Timmermans, with her initials
Surrealistic still life with many interesting aspects by Bibbi Isaksson
Next week - People, Animals, Halloween and more...