Watercolour Seascapes with Reha Sakar
June 11, 2021
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When: June 11th @ 11am (1.5hr demo)
Join BC Artist Reha Sakar for a wonderful demo on painting seascapes in watercolour. Reha will show attendees his techniques for painting dynamic water and convincing boats as well as talk about how one can gain confidence in watercolor. Attendees can look forward to learning Reha’s keys to creating a successful painting, including the focal point, constructing an enticing composition, using values, and where to use wet vs. dry techniques. Reha will also talk about how he approaches watercolour painting and how he takes advantage of watercolors’ nature in his artistic practice. Reha’s demo will be a fountain of information for creative individuals at any stage of their watercolour journey or anyone interested in learning more about painting beautiful seascapes.
Reha’s Demo Materials
– Chinese White
– Payne Gray
– Dioxazine Violet
– Alizarin Crimson
– Cadmium Red
– Burnt Sienna
– Yellow Ochre
– Cobalt Turquoise
– Cobalt Turquoise Light
– Transparent Pyrrol Orange
Arches 140lbs Cold-Press or Rough Paper (Reha uses paper pieces cut from full sheets or watercolour paper blocks)
Chinese calligraphy brushes such as FC Art Goat Hair Bamboo Brush
Davinci Casaneo Brushes in flat size 40 and 16 *Note from Reha: Flat brushes are really handy to paint shapes with defined edges, such as buildings and much more.
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Reha’s passion for art stems from spending much of his childhood painting with his mother, who is an artist, in her studio. At university, Reha studied Astronomy which he always wanted to explore, but as an astronomer he didn’t have half the passion that he had for art. In 2002, Reha’s mother pushed him to take some courses on 3D rendering and Photoshop which started a career in the gaming/movie industry beginning in 2004. In 2008, Reha moved to Canada, where he still resides. He started watercolor studies at the end of 2018 and has since developed a rich and varied set of skills. Watercolour has become a passion for Reha and he hopes to continue his career as a watercolourist well into the future.