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Class/Workshop Details

It's Fall, Y'all

It's Fall, Y'all

Friday (10:00 am) 10/16/20 to Friday (1:00 pm) 10/30/20

Fridays, 3-Week Sess | Supply list available in description | Instructor Buffy Kaufman | Register by October 13

Fallbrook School of the Arts
310 E. Alvarado St., Fallbrook, CA 92028
(760) 728-6383 | email
In Historic Downtown Fallbrook



It's time to enjoy the colors of fall y'all! Let's explore watercolor poured backgrounds, ink infusion, and watercolor vignettes! These techniques will inspire and expand the way you see and use color! For beginner to intermediate students. Some watercolor experience required, students who've taken "Beginning Watercolor" by Buffy Kaufman are encouraged to enroll. This workshop is open for students ages 15 and up.


Supply List: 

Paper: Arches or Winsor and Newton 9" x 12" Cold Press Paper 

Paint: Daniel Smith Watercolors in the following colors: Hansa Yellow Light, Quiancridone Sienna, Quinacridone Red, Pthalo Turquoise, and Pthalo Blue Red Shade

Brushes: KingArt or Princeton Glacier Round Brushes sizes 4 & 8,  Angle Shader Brushes sizes 1/2 and 3/4, Scriptliner size 4  

Ink: Daniel Smith Walnut Ink 

Supplies: Water cup, Paint Palette, F Pencil, White Eraser, Art Tape, Craft Dryer, Toilet Paper, Masking Fluid, Cafeteria Tray 12" x 16" or Foam Board 11" x 14" , Plastic Pipettes, Ruling pen 

For any questions on finding supplies or substitutions, please email Buffy directly at bk@watercolorpour.com 


Octobre 16 - October 30, 2020 

Fridays, 3-Week Session

10 am - 1 pm

$90; please bring supply list.

For Beginners, Intermediates, and those with some watercolor experience.

Age Group(s):
Buffy Kaufman

Buffy Kaufman

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Monday - Saturday
9:00 am – 4:00 pm
Closed Sunday & major holidays

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