220823 Watercolor Koi with Martha Kisling
Date: August 23, 2022
Time: 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM
Location: Chota Classroom A
Prerequisites: This class is appropriate for beginning as well as experienced artists.
Contact Information: Martha Kisling firstname.lastname@example.org
Class Size: Min 5 Max 14
Sign-up: This class is full. Contact Martha directly to see if you can be added to the class.
Deadline: August 9, 2022
Cancellation Policy: Participants may cancel up to 14 days prior to the start of the class for a full refund. There will be no refunds within 14 days of the class unless spot can be filled from wait list. Contact Martha directly to cancel.
Have fun painting colorful koi fish using basic watercolor techniques along with several creative ways to add texture. Different color schemes can be explored to complete one or two finished paintings. Demos along with individual help will encourage everyone in their own artistic expression.
Supply List: Watercolor paints, brushes, water container, paper towels and pencil. Two 11×15 inch or larger sheets of 140 lb cold press watercolor paper. I strongly recommend Arches watercolor paper for best results with wet on wet and blending techniques. I will have Arches 140 # watercolor paper available for purchase at the class for $3 / 11 x 15 piece. More information on all the watercolor painting supplies that I like and recommend at
Biography: Martha Kisling has over thirty years experience painting in the exciting and spontaneous medium of watercolor. She also enjoys experimenting with acrylics, mixed media, collage and batik. She has taught painting classes and workshops while living in Colorado, South Carolina and now Tennessee and enjoys sharing her personal creative discoveries while encouraging students to develop their own artistic expression. Her original artwork has been exhibited in art shows and galleries and is currently being shown at the Rugby Art Gallery in Historic Rugby, TN.
Instructor Website: marthakisling.blogspot.com
COVID Protocol: Individuals are invited to wear face masks based on their own comfort level.