Watercolor Materials List
You won't know what watercolor can do if you don't use a good grade of paint and paper.
Paints - feel free to wait until after the first class to buy paints. I can set you up with a simple palette until you feel comfortable with what and where to purchase.
The best paints to use are the ones that are labeled "professional". I would stay away from "student" or "academy".
Permanent Rose or Quinacridone red
Hansa yellow or lemon yellow
Sap Green or Hookers Green
Round watercolor #3, #8, and #12
A covered plastic palette with a good sized mixing area
I recommend Arches 140 cold press. I will make 22" X 30" sheets available for $6. If you prefer to buy your own, we will discuss paper at the first class.
A pencil and a soft eraser.
This list is not written in stone - if you have colors and materials you're already comfortable with, feel free to use those.