Zimmerli Saturday Sparks - Adult Art Workshops - Winter/Spring 2021
This season we have doubled our watercolor offerings and will also be exploring the medium of oil pastels. We hope you'll join us for at least one workshop to express your creativity and fight off cabin fever! No experience necessary and all are welcome!

• Watercolors with Tom Rutledge / January 30, 2021 / 11am-1pm EST

• Oil Pastels with Wes Sherman / March 13, 2021 / 10am-12pm EST

• Watercolors with Tom Rutledge / April 17, 2021 / 11am-1pm EST

(The January and April watercolor workshops will have different themes and projects.)

Participants must provide their own materials. Please see the supply lists below. Supplies can be purchased at any art supply store or online.

Watercolor Supply List (can be used for both watercolor workshops)
• Plain paper – watercolor paper is ideal, preferably 11”x14” or 16”x20”
• Sturdy board that you can tape your paper to so it stay still while you paint
• Masking tape or painter's tape
• Sharpened pencil
• Eraser
• Watercolor set (tubes, cakes, or liquid)
• Cup of water
• Plate or palette for mixing colors
• Paper towels
• Mop brush (used to create a wash of color)
• Small rigger brush (used to create long lines)
• Small detail round brush (#3 or #4 preferred)
• Medium flat brush (#6 or #8 preferred)

Oil Pastel Supply List
• Sturdy plain paper - mixed media paper or cardstock paper are fine
• Set of oil pastels -
• Sharpened pencil
• Eraser
• Paper towels

Each workshop costs $30 ($25 for Zimmerli members). Sign up for two workshops and get 10% off your total; sign up for all three and save 15%!

To register, please complete all of the information below. The Zoom link will be sent along with registration confirmation once payment is received.

A Zimmerli Education staff member will follow up within several business days to get payment information. Seating is limited, so register early to ensure your spot! If you have questions, please contact us at education@zimmerli.rutgers.edu.
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