Learn how to create beautiful paintings using your imagination and your watercolor palette! While this class is designed for the beginner, who has been working in watercolor for less than 3 years, the emphasis is on learning the basics through practice as an ongoing process. The former student will have the opportunity to develop more confidence by perfecting their current skill level, while the more experienced student will explore their personal style. Class exercises include: color theory, color wheel, color mixing, pigment properties, various watercolor techniques, and choosing materials. Learn how, when, and why in choosing various: watercolor papers, brushes, pigments, and techniques to achieve the results you want in your paintings. Demonstrations, group critiques, and independent exercises will further enhance your learning experience. It is not a pre-requisite to have taken Part l in this course medium to register for Part ll. Sessions are taught independently. 7 week class. No class April 22. Carolyn Wallace-Zani owns her own studio. She conducts painting and drawing classes and workshops locally and at the University of Maine Page Farm And Home Museum. Her work is widely collected and her award-winning artwork was recently chosen as part of the Art In the Capitol program at the State House in Augusta.