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Have you ever wanted to learn how to paint with watercolors but are overwhelmed with where to start? No art skills? No worries! This 2.5 HOUR class is perfect for the complete beginner; an introductory class with all the materials included and an instructor/artist to guide you! At a comfortable pace, you will be introduced to different watercolor painting materials, understand what watercolors are made of, learn how to mix colors, practice a few painting techniques, and create one simple painting! By pursuing watercolor painting, you will learn how pleasurable and relaxing this medium is and you will develop a way to exercise creativity. This class is a great prequel to my other watercolor classes. Come along with us and discover the joy of watercolor painting!
- Knowledge of watercolor materials
- Practice different paint application techniques
- Understand how watercolor paints are made
- Create a simple painting
|What will be provided||
All materials included except aprons; bring an apron or old clothes.
1740 W 18th St,Chicago, IL, 60608
Brittany M.Watercolor Basics
Class was fun and we learned some very useful watercolor techniques to continue our practice. Great for beginners
Alex M.Watercolor Basics
Boris is very knowledgeable with water coloring. He held a comfortable, relaxed class and packed a lot of information into 3 hours. I walked away from the class feeling grateful for the various techniques I'd been shown.
Claire H.Watercolor Basics
I loved Watercolor Basics! Boris had a great structure to the class and introduced us to a variety of beginner styles. Overall, the class was really fun, informative, and inspiring!
Sônia R.Watercolor Basics
This class was awesome. Lot of fun! The teacher is very patient and let us very free to create. Would love to make other classes, unfortunately I don't live here and I am going back home. :(
Tamasin F.Watercolor Basics
Fun, laid-back way to try out a new hobby! Boris was super organized and took us very carefully from beginners to first painting. He patiently answered all our questions and I never felt lost. I also loved his music selections!
Marlie P.Watercolor Basics
Boris is very knowledgeable about watercolor! My friend and I had a fun time at his class. There was only one other person registered so we had a small small group.
Kim T.Watercolor Basics
I really enjoyed the class. The teacher was knowledgeable and professional and created a nice environment.
Sezen M.Watercolor Basics
It was very fun to learn different techniques of water color painting only in three hours and to be able to paint something at the end of the class! Boris is a very good instructor, you don't need to have an art background to attend this class.
Michelle D.Watercolor Basics
Great class! Boris was an excellent teacher. There was a lot to learn in 2 1/2 hours, and the class gave a good foundation for different techniques.
Jen C.Watercolor Basics
Great class! Boris is definitely a subject matter expert on watercolors and really takes the time to explain details on the various techniques. The tempo was just perfect. I really enjoyed myself.
Boris Ostrerov earned a BFA in Painting from the Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design and an MFA in Painting and Drawing at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 2013. While studying, he learned to paint and draw both representationally and abstractly with various mediums. He worked as a teacher assistant for multiple teachers and classes at MIAD and SAIC. In the last three years he has worked for wine and paint companies and taught art classes to beginners. He creates a comfortable environment and uses his ability to clearly and enthusiastically articulate and demonstrate approaches and techniques to painting and drawing. He believes everyone has the potential to improve their artistic skills and exercise their creativity through visual art.
Ostrerov has exhibited his work widely and earned several opportunities including showing at Paris London Hong Kong (PLHK), Tory Folliard, and the Portrait Society in Milwaukee. He has been featured in several publications including New American Paintings #119.