66. New Watercolor Classes for Beginning and Intermediate Level in the Fall 2020
Now, it is easy for new comers to join my classes.
Before the covid, all students in my botanical art program were local and continuously studying with me for a long period of time. We communicated with each other in person and there was no need for me to list the detailed class plans on my website. Now, that's changing. More and more people from different states and countries (despite of the time difference) have joined lately. So, I made the class format a series or a project so that people can join the topics they like. To read about them directly, please visit my website, www.heeyoungkim.net
✓ Two upcoming classes in Beginning and Intermediated Level
Beginning Level Watercolor, SaturdaysSeries 4: Painting Black-eyed Susan (Sep. 5, 12, 19 & 26, 10 am - 1 pm, CT, USA)
Series 5: Painting Milkweed Seedpods (Oct 10, 24, 31 & Nov. 7, 10 am - 1 pm, CT, USA)
Intermediate Level Watercolor, TuesdaysFall Project 1: Yellow Composite Flowers from the Prairie (Sep. 8, 15, 22 & 29, 10 am - 1 pm, CT, USA)
Fall Project 2: Asters and Autumnal Structures (Oct 6, 20, 27 & Nov. 3, 10 am - 1 pm, CT, USA)
For detailed information about the class contents, please, visit www.heeyoungkim.net/class
How the classes work:
For all of these classes, I prepare detailed pdf and video demos that individuals can experience the learning process in a very personal level. And students get access to the videos later on my website to rewatch and practice. This method has been proven very effective and all my current students love it. They have noticeably improved the way they paint and draw during just a couple of months. The students get feedback on the works in progress during the class, too.
Details of Paph. venustum, watercolor, ©Heeyoung Kim 2020