Watercolor Florals (Online)
Taught by Danielle Rothman
Danielle Rothman is a Modern Calligraphy Artist who builds community through art and workshops. Danielle has a passion for teaching and has helped almost 2,000 students get started with calligraphy and watercolors at her workshops and private events in New York City. Her business Rothbyrns Creative specializes in personalization and thoughtful gifts, creating inspiring one-of-a-kind journals, prints, and calligraphy designs for any occasion. Recent collaborations include workshops at the Guggenheim and Cooper Hewitt Design Museums, SoFi, Etsy HQ, Foursquare, Health Magazine and Brooklyn Brainery, as well as pop up shops at Artists & Fleas Chelsea Market, One King's Lane, West Elm, and Pottery Barn. See all of her upcoming live online classes on her website at www.rothbyrnscreative.com and follow along with her on Instagram at www.instagram.com/rothbyrnscreative!
*This class will meet live online via Zoom. Students will receive a recording and downloadable worksheets after class. If you're interested in a recording-only of the class, email us!*
Learn how to paint beautiful loose florals in this basic watercolor class! Artist Danielle Rothman of Rothbyrns Creative (www.rothbyrnscreative.com) will teach you how to do basic watercolor techniques, create several types of flowers including roses, lavender, and greenery, and arrange a wreath.
You will learn how to:
- Do a variety of watercolor techniques including wet on wet, color bleeds, and more!
- Draw roses, lavender, greenery, and tulips with watercolor
- Create a balanced wreath
You will need the following supplies to participate. Don't worry about using certain brands or types of watercolors - you're welcome to use whatever you have! If you'd like to purchase something new, Danielle has all of her favorite watercolor supplies listed on Amazon for your reference at www.amazon.com/shop/rothbyrnscreative.
- Watercolors of your choice (3-4 colors are fine)
- Watercolor palette for mixing
- Round brush (size 6, 8, and/or 10 are recommended, but you can use whatever you have!)
- Watercolor paper (140lb cold press is standard, but anything that's specifically for wet media will work)
- Water cup and paper towels