Winter Birch Trees
Today was the last day for my Watercolor Landscape class at the Kerrisdale Centre. For our last painting, I had them do a scene similar to the above image. It was a simple painting of birch trees in winter.
I really enjoyed everyone in the class. They were a mix of all levels but were very supportive of each other. I look forward to seeing many of them again in the New Year.
I will be teaching at the Kerrisdale Centre again in January.
The course is Fun With Watercolours. It is some basic (and eventually not so basic) exercises in negative painting.
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I will also be teaching a similar course to children (11+years). More information on that course can be found by clicking here.
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Oooh, this is so pretty! I love all that white.
Leslie, I wish I could be there to take the course! It's funny – one of the first watercolors I did was of birch in the snow.
Thank you Katherine and Kathryn! I have come to love the white of winter snow now that I don't have to shovel it!
Nice, I really love the birch trees, they are such a beautiful tree, no matter what the season.