Do you have liking for colours? Are you interested to explore the medium or watercolours?
Learn to paint with watercolour in a creative, technical and fun filled atmosphere with our online drawing course.
Learn to experiment with watercolours with modern and traditional approaches covering the basic concepts and techniques. You will get to learn different aspects of watercolours such as transparency levels, water controls, gradients and paint saturation as well as weight and precision needed to use brush with greater control.
Our course is designed by famous and celebrated artist Mr. Mopasang Valath from Kottayam, Kerala. Though he is adept at painting diverse subjects, he most enjoys abstracts - and mainly explores textures and compositions, in different colours.
What would you need?
This course do not need any prior knowledge. All you will need:
A notebook especially for watercolours
Pencil, pencil sharpener, and eraser
Round brushes for watercolours in different sizes (especially a fine brush for smaller details)
Black ink and white ink
A glass for water and a palette
Who Can Enrol For The Course?
It is a very creating space and anyone who is interested in fun with colours can enrol.
Students who love drawing
Some who has understanding of drawing
Those who want to develop their skills in watercolour painting
Mopasang Valath is a self-taught painter from Kerala born in 1965. Mopasang has been part of many art camps organised by prestigious institutions like Kerala Lalithakala Akademi and Kerala Chitrakala Parishath. Mopasang has been part of many art camps organised by prestigious institutions like Kerala Lalithakala Akademi and Kerala Chitrakala Parishath. He has proven to be a master of the watercolour medium. However, his acrylic on canvas paintings have also gained popularity.
From landscapes to human faces, and from objects to abstracts; in acrylic on canvas or water-colours on paper, his range is phenomenal. His brush strokes capture the emotions, the mood, or the atmosphere, succinctly and express not only the moment but the artist’s own understanding and interpretation of the moment! His work is in the collection of many art connoisseurs of Kerala, and is also used by architects and interior designers in their projects.