What Have You Learned?
Watercolor Fundamentals
Glenn Hirsch, Instructor
www.glennhirsch.com
Andrew Wyeth
What does
‘glazing’ mean?
Andrew Wyeth, watercolor
Kevin Dame, student
What does ‘reserving the white’ mean?
Work from light to dark, reserving the white paper where you want white color
Andrew Wyeth, watercolor
J.M.W. Turner, 1840
What does ‘aerial
perspective’ mean?
John Singer Sargent, 1900
How have you learned
to use the brush this
semester?
Stamping
Rolling
Scratching
Dry Brush
Wet-i...
Claude Lorraine, ink, 1630
Georgia O’Keeffe, watercolor, 1920
What about light and
shadow?
Joseph Raphael, 1980
Louise Stanley, watercolor 1996
Student study of Winslow Homer
Why care about warm and
cool versions of the same
color?
Greenish blues?
Purplish blues?
Du...
Raoul Dufy, watercolor, 1920
Elizabeth Peyton, watercolor, 1995
Claes
Oldenberg,
watercolor
study for a
monumental
sculpture
Emile Nolde, watercolor 1930
Emile Nolde, watercolor 1930
Emile Nolde, 1920
Charles Demuth, 1920
Robert Bechtel, watercolor, 1985
How patient are you?
How good is your
drawing?
Robert Bechtel, watercolor, 1985
Oh my god!
Gustav Moreau, watercolor, 1885
Make/believe.
You make it.
You believe in it.
Do you have to
follow the
photograph?
think with watercolor
Eugene
Delacroix,
1835
Study for a
large oil
painting
Berthe
Morisot,
watercolor
study, 1885
Field study,
watercolor, 1850
Raoul Dufy, watercolor, 1910
How
spontaneous are
you?
Oskar Kokoschka, watercolor, 1930
John Singer Sargent, watercolor, 1910
Mark Rothko
Fred Martin
Fred Martin
Watercolor - What Have You Learned - Glenn Hirsch, Instructor
Watercolor - What Have You Learned - Glenn Hirsch, Instructor
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in...5
×

Watercolor - What Have You Learned - Glenn Hirsch, Instructor

264

Published on

www.glennhirsch.com

0 Comments
0 Likes
Statistics
Notes
  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

No Downloads
Views
Total Views
264
On Slideshare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
1
Actions
Shares
0
Downloads
3
Comments
0
Likes
0
Embeds 0
No embeds

No notes for slide

Watercolor - What Have You Learned - Glenn Hirsch, Instructor

  1. 1. What Have You Learned? Watercolor Fundamentals Glenn Hirsch, Instructor www.glennhirsch.com
  2. 2. Andrew Wyeth What does ‘glazing’ mean?
  3. 3. Andrew Wyeth, watercolor
  4. 4. Kevin Dame, student What does ‘reserving the white’ mean?
  5. 5. Work from light to dark, reserving the white paper where you want white color
  6. 6. Andrew Wyeth, watercolor
  7. 7. J.M.W. Turner, 1840 What does ‘aerial perspective’ mean?
  8. 8. John Singer Sargent, 1900 How have you learned to use the brush this semester? Stamping Rolling Scratching Dry Brush Wet-in-Wet Wet-over-dry Square watercolor brush Tiny ‘script’ brush Spikey bamboo Sumi brush
  9. 9. Claude Lorraine, ink, 1630
  10. 10. Georgia O’Keeffe, watercolor, 1920 What about light and shadow?
  11. 11. Joseph Raphael, 1980
  12. 12. Louise Stanley, watercolor 1996
  13. 13. Student study of Winslow Homer Why care about warm and cool versions of the same color? Greenish blues? Purplish blues? Duller? Brighter?
  14. 14. Raoul Dufy, watercolor, 1920
  15. 15. Elizabeth Peyton, watercolor, 1995
  16. 16. Claes Oldenberg, watercolor study for a monumental sculpture
  17. 17. Emile Nolde, watercolor 1930
  18. 18. Emile Nolde, watercolor 1930
  19. 19. Emile Nolde, 1920
  20. 20. Charles Demuth, 1920
  21. 21. Robert Bechtel, watercolor, 1985 How patient are you? How good is your drawing?
  22. 22. Robert Bechtel, watercolor, 1985 Oh my god!
  23. 23. Gustav Moreau, watercolor, 1885 Make/believe. You make it. You believe in it.
  24. 24. Do you have to follow the photograph?
  25. 25. think with watercolor
  26. 26. Eugene Delacroix, 1835 Study for a large oil painting
  27. 27. Berthe Morisot, watercolor study, 1885
  28. 28. Field study, watercolor, 1850
  29. 29. Raoul Dufy, watercolor, 1910 How spontaneous are you?
  30. 30. Oskar Kokoschka, watercolor, 1930
  31. 31. John Singer Sargent, watercolor, 1910
  32. 32. Mark Rothko
  33. 33. Fred Martin
  34. 34. Fred Martin
  1. A particular slide catching your eye?

    Clipping is a handy way to collect important slides you want to go back to later.

×