Watercolor Landscape

  • Author: Sara Harder
  • Level: Beginner 
  • Lesson Frequency: Weekly
  • Total Live Sessions: 8 Lessons  
  • Live Session: 1 hr
  • Evaluation:
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What's included?

  • 8 Live Sessions
  • 1 Certification
  • Teacher Support
  •  Final Project Discussion


Does your child have a vivid imagination for painting? Why not try watercolor painting today!

Step-by-step, the student will be guided through how to overcome the challenges of this medium. Students will learn the core principles of watercolor painting, such as hue/saturation, different painting techniques, and how to apply these techniques together. 

In this lesson, we’ll look at a watercolor painting from start to finish and solve all common “problems” with watercolor.

What you'll learn

  • Painting with hue/saturation.
  • Different painting techniques.
  • How to add coloring layers.
  • Watercoloring techniques
  • Supply List
    1. Watercolor brushes, various sizes
    2. Pad of watercolor paper, 9x12 in,140lb
    3. Watercolor paints, preferably tubes
    4. Masking tape or gummed tape
    5. Cup for water
    6. Paper towels
    7. Plastic palette (or plastic plate)
    8. Pencil
Meet the instructor

Sarah Harder

Sara Harder is an Italian artist, who studied painting at the Accademia di Belle Arti di Brera under the guidance of Ignazio Gadaleta and got 2 years of experience teaching English conversation to Italian students in early middle school. She was able to pursue her career thanks to various awards and scholarships received for her artwork, including a grant from the Elizabeth Greenshields Foundation. After spending several years studying in Milan, she returned to the US to continue her career in the fine arts as a professional painter.
Patrick Jones - Course author