Painting is a great way to relieve stress and lower your blood pressure, among other health benefits.
Gather your own watercolor supplies
Join me while I paint my “Red Cardinal” piece and share my step by step process.
Disclaimer- This class is for your personal enjoyment and learning process. This piece may not be reproduced for sale or distribution of any sort. If you share photos kindly tag @melissajanehyatt
I will guide you through painting my cardinal in watercolor. The cardinal is thought to be a symbol of a loved one visiting us from the other side.
Every time I see one I think of my Grandpa Calvin. A simple sketch is included here for your reference.
Enjoy discovering more about this specimen and have fun with watercolor!
Grab your watercolor paints and supplies! Or what ever you are comfortable using.
Here’s my list of supply recommendations:
- watercolor palette and paints
- round watercolor brushes sizes 4,6,8,10 or whatever you have
- paper towels
- watercolor block or watercolor paper taped to a board recommended size approximately 8” x 10”
- pencil and eraser
- small spray bottle of water or eyedropper
- water jar
After registration an email with the class Link will be sent to you.
The class is hosted by Demio, an updated version of Chrome is recommended.
Location- in your own home
When- Saturday May 16nd 2 PM EST and a recording of the class will be sent after the class is completed so you can watch it over again or at any time.
Read what my students are saying:
Thanks! That was a nice way to spend the afternoon – Judith
It was a great activity to break up the day !!! Getting cabin fever – Jenna
Thank you so much for today. A memory I hold close is going to your painting lighthouses class at Peconic cellar over the summer with my mom. I was worried that it would be too much emotionally for me, but it was perfect. I loved the setup and the warm up was so perfect for understanding how navigate painting the scene.Thanks so much. I can’t wait until your next one ! – kristin
Thank you so much for the beautiful class. I enjoyed it so much. – Tanja