Watercolor Art Classes Singapore

Learn the art of watercolor painting at Heartroom Gallery.

Last Station Budapest - watercolor painting classes at Heartroom Gallery

Watercolor as a medium is a delightful and relatively easy art to learn.

Learn to paint in watercolor at Heartroom Gallery. Our instructosr come from a variety of backgrounds and are experienced at teaching watercolour painting from beginners to advanced.

The class teaches you to use these water-based paints to develop your unique and beautiful expression of art effortlessly.

Some of the basic techniques you will learn in the class include:

Wet-On-Wet and Wet-On-Dry

The most fundamental techniques used by artists are the wet-on-wet and wet-on-dry methods. While wet-on-wet produces a blended effect, wet-on-dry is used to differentiate between objects or elements.

Flat Wash

Suitable for doing backgrounds, the flat wash is done using a big flat brush and pre-mixed (paint and water) medium. If you would like to give some texture to the background, try sprinkling some salt, the results are amazing!

Gradated Wash

Also done using a flat paint brush, the gradated wash is carried out by adding a little water with each stroke. This technique produces a beautiful ombré effect.

Dry Brush

The dry brush technique is when you use watercolor paints without adding water to them. The dry brush technique creates a coarse, textured effect, almost like broken crayons. When done on top of a flat wash or just a plain water wash, dry brush technique produces blurry, blended colors.

Have you wanted to de-stress after a hard day at work with painting?

Have you ever wanted to try some watercolor but find it hard?

Feeling the inner Picasso inside you but don’t know where to start?

Fear no more as the instructor, here at Heartroom Gallery, our instructors will guide you to complete your first watercolor painting!

Some possible topics include:

  • Simple techniques like mixing paint and blending, drawing straight lines with the brush, wet on wet, dry brush, dry on wet, etc.
  • Painting the sky, trees, mountains
  • Tonal Study
  • Colour concepts, painting in relationship
  • Texture
  • Atmosphere
  • Colour theory
  • Outdoor sketching 1
  • Outdoor sketching 2
  • Final assignment

Fees and Material Costs:

Fees depend on the instructor and range from $250 for 4 lessons to $400 for 8 lessons.

Material Costs range from $50 to $100 and are paid at the beginning of the class.

Tam Kwan Yuen is a young artist that practices primarily in watercolor art and specializes in Urban Realism.

His works have been selected at various international shows while winning awards and distinctions. Kuan Yuen’s watercolor works have also been featured in art publications including the Art of Watercolor magazine.

Kuan Yuen is a member of various societies including the Singapore Watercolor Society and the Pennsylvania Watercolor Society (Signature Member).


 

Janice Chin is a Singaporean Art Practitioner specializing in various drawing and painting mediums. With more than 13 years of art teaching experience with children, teenagers and adults at Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts (NAFA) and other education establishments/organizations. Janice is an inspiration to many of her students both locally and internationally.

She has been invited to exhibit her artworks in Malaysia, South Korea, and Spain and was awarded the prestigious First Award of the Biennial, sponsored by ‘Monticelli Gallery’ in the 2013 2nd ASPAS Biennial International Pastel Exhibition in Oviedo, Spain.

She actively explores different mediums creating expressive sketches and sharing it on her social media daily, this allows her to share her artistic knowledge with her students in the world.

Read more about Janice.

Beginner Watercolour Classes with Janice Chin

Learn how to paint with watercolor in 8 lessons for only $500. Each class is 2.5 hours each.

Minimum of 6 students to start the class.

Lesson 1Introduction to watercolor medium with Wet in Wet technique
Lesson 2Wet on Dry (Overlaying Techniques)
Lesson 3Combined Techniques
Lesson 4Tonal Value and composition - still life painting
Lesson 5Color Theory - still life painting
Lesson 6The use of Masking Fluid
Lesson 7Painting from photographs
Lesson 8Perspective and the drawing of line and wash

*Course outline subject to changes.

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