Fun with Watercolors: Lets dive into world of watercolors
What you'll learn
- Loose fear of watercolors
- Take leap of faith into the nature of watercolors and learn to accept and adapt with the flow of water
- Trusting the Process and creating art works that are beyond mind
- Understanding various techniques of watercolors and embrace each of it through practice exercises
- A free Mind, child like! willing to explore and dive into the world of uncertainties
We all grew up listening to others say "watercolor is tough" !!
Trust me, its so much fun and enriching! All we need is a child like mind to dive into the world of watercolors and drift with water, I have designed these courses to tickle your mind and let you expose to the spectrum of possibilities in the magical world and let you discover your true expression. We begin to reflect on the intangible aspects of watercolors and the Nature of the medium and understand our attitude and approach and eventually start to explore materials, tools and various techniques with exercises.
I am Shyam Karri, a Watercolor enthusiast, exploring deeper dimensions of life and expressing the harmony that I seek through Watercolors. I enjoy watching ordinary life on streets, I realize that all that visual information tickles my subconscious mind, which indeed urges me to laugh it out through strokes.
I have Pursued Architecture and furniture design, and i took a leap of faith into World of watercolors and my design education had helped me take on a different perspective in watercolors. I also teach Watercolor online and offer regular workshops at my studio and do frequent art camps in India.
Who this course is for:
- Recommend this course for beginner watercolor enthusiasts
Hello, I am Shyam Karri, a watercolor enthusiast, exploring deeper dimensions of life and expressing the harmony that I seek through Watercolors. I enjoy watching ordinary life on streets, I realize that all that visual information tickles my subconscious mind, which indeed urges me to laugh it out through strokes.
I could very much connect to what Zen philosophy emphasizes on. Watercolor helps me practice Zen, to become attentive to ‘the presence’ and express the moment as it is.
The process is exhilarating and puts me on toes and compels me to remain attentive at any given moment.
It’s a constant dabble between
Control and ‘no control’,
Mind and heart,
Rationality and intuition.