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Watercolor: For the Artistically Undiscovered (Klutz) Spiral-bound – August 1, 1992
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Last semester one of the students went through the book on their own during free time. This semester 4 of the students are getting "private" art lessons as "push-in" during free time. The art instructor saw this book and is now using it to formulate her curriculum for their watercolor art lessons.
This book provides a performance anxiety free method for learning strokes & techniques on a very basic level. The presentation appeals to the way children receive information and yet will not offend the older first time watercolor students.
For younger students who enjoy art & this introduction to Watercolor, I highly recommend incorporating "Art Dog" (also by Thacher Hurd) into the curriculum.
They have loved experimenting and dabbling with the colors and brush strokes. They certainly don't go through the book sequentially, but I didn't expect them to.
Their creations have been fun to see. It is a great outlet for their creativity. I have followed along with them through the books and will paint on separate paper. I'm surprised that even I have a little bit of creativity hiding in me.