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Transcript of Watercolor Techniques
Yesterday we learned about the artwork of Georgia O'Keeffe and viewed some of her artwork and influences from her life...
What did you find to be the most interesting?
Take a look at some possible watercolor techniques...there are endless possibilities!
Have fun coming up with some of your own.
Although many of these examples use flowers, feel free to use any of the following objects found in nature:
*you may use any of the materials provided or bring in your own
Image by Tom Mooring
After choosing one object to work with, and one drawing with a view you like, complete an enlarged drawing. After drawing very LIGHTLY, begin applying the watercolor.
NOTE: you will be required to use 3 of the techniques
Effectively use elements and principles of design to create a work of art.
Learn to use watercolor techniques effectively.
Choose an object from nature and complete three contour drawings each with a different view. These should be up-close, exaggerated drawings.
Flower Contour. Stock Vector. (2016, August 13). Retrieved July 19, 2017, from https://www.colourbox.com/vector-11684039
, 1928 by Georgia O'Keeffe
Sheeler, C. (1970, January 01). 24 Must-Try Watercolor Techniques. Retrieved July 19, 2017, from http://shemustmakeart.blogspot.com/