Welcome to the wide world of Watercolor! You will learn how to work with liquid watercolor, watercolor paint, watercolor pencils and watercolors crayons. You will begin by learning various introductory watercolor techniques; then you will create artwork of your chosen subject matter (landscapes, portraiture and more) with watercolor as your main medium. Supplies needed: A spiral sketchbook or taped sketchpad with potentially removable pages (preferably thicker, heavier weight paper (I love mixed media or watercolor papers/sketchbooks by Strathmore or Canson); a basic 8-count watercolor set (I love Prang); a pencil with a sharpener (Ticonderoga is a good pencil brand); and a permanent fine black marker (Sharpie). A little of the following: masking tape, salt (preferably Kosher), scissors, oil pastels or regular crayons, etc. If you want to explore other watercolor supplies, I recommend Prismacolor watercolor pencils with a Prismacolor pencil sharpener, Sargent Art liquid watercolor and Caran d?Ache Classic Neocolor II Water-Soluble Pastels. These are your basic creative items, but you may use other media of preference.