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“Stunning Skies in Watercolor” - 2 Day Workshop w/ Ron Stocke

This class is full. Please call the gallery to be put on the waiting list.

DATE/TIME: Sat & Sun  March 14-15   10:30am-4:30pm

COST: $225


Ron says, “Prepare to paint Big! Loose! And Bold!” Isn’t that intriguing?!

Cityscapes and landscapes will be an element of your paintings in this 2-day watercolor workshop, but the true subject, the focus of your learning, will be the sky.  

Recently, Ron Stocke won a prestigious AWS award in NYC – the Edgar Whitney Memorial Award, 2014.  In this workshop, you’ll learn from the nationally-acclaimed master how to create these gorgeous dramatic skies. You’ll explore what makes watercolor unique, using the traditional wet-on-wet method – but pushed to the limits, with Ron as your guide.

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Most supplies are available at Art Spot for 10% off.  Please let their staff advise you about appropriate art materials to fulfill  requirements for your class. ArtSpot's Website

Professional Quality Watercolor Paints 
(M. Graham, Daniel Smith, Windsor Newton…)


  • Ultramarine
  • Burnt Sienna
  • Yellow Ochre 
  • Cad Yellow Lt
  • Cerulean Blue
  • Alizarin Crimson or Maroon Perylene 
  • Dioxazine Purple
  • Cad Red or Cad Red Lt
  • Sap Green
  • Sepia

Specialty Optional Colors:

  • Lavender
  • Azo or Cad orange
  • Cobalt Teal
  • Chinese White


  • Any medium to large flat brushes (1/2" up to 2")
  • Soft round brushes with good points, sizes 10, 12, 16 (Black Velvet by Silver Brush is a great line!)

Specialty Brushes: optional

  • ½ - ¾” Dagger, rigger, scrubber

Watercolor Paper:

  • Arches, Saunders or Fabriano 140 LB cold press. 1 sheet per day is recommended. Students should use this opportunity to try other papers (I will demo a half sheet before and after lunch each day).
  • NOTE: Ron will bring Saunders paper to class, and will make it available to you for $5 for a half sheet - please bring cash and pay Ron directly. (It is NOT available at Art Spot as previously stated, as the shipment they ordered did not arrive in time.)


  • I use the Aquabee Super deluxe. It’s offered in several sizes please nothing smaller then 9” x 9”. We will spend time most days starting in a sketchbook.

Please bring some photo reference of images you want to turn into paintings.

Any other supplies you normally use, paper towels, water bucket, sponge, spray bottle, pencil etc....