Two-Color Watercolor with Jason Jam



Local artist Jason Jam is well known for his cartoons and graphic design, but he is equally deft with this popular medium. His is an independent artist/illustrator, game designer, and is currently the Community and Volunteer Coordinator at the Yellowstone Art Museum.

Using only two colors, this class will explore how to use values, shapes, and an array of techniques to create exciting watercolor paintings on Saturday, February 25 2017 from 10:00 a.m.–2:00p.m. Sign-up online below, by stopping by the museum front desk, or call us at 406-256-6804.

There is no supply fee but student must bring their own supplies.

Supply List for students to bring to class:

– Ultra-marine blue watercolor pigment–tube or pan
– Burnt Sienna watercolor pigment—tube or pan
– Two Round watercolor brushes–large brush between size 8–12, and a small brush between size 3–6
– Palette for mixing
– 9 x 12” watercolor pad of at least 140lb.
– Picture to reference for painting, with great contrast of color and hue

We are sorry but registration for this event is now closed.

Please contact us if you would like to know if spaces are still available.