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15 – 18
Watercolor has long been an ideal medium for illustration and design. Using the inherent speed of transparent watercolor techniques, this class explores realism, illusionism and fantasy.
Careful consideration is given to color theory. Discussion includes various types of illustration, such as product, editorial, scientific, architectural and decorative styles.
Covering both quick color sketches, as well as careful and controlled rendering with intention, the goal will be portfolio ready artwork.
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BeAnne Hull has been teaching drawing, illustration and color theory classes in the design department since 1994. Her work includes posters for the Pike Place Market and the Bellevue Art Museum. Her work was featured in a juried show of women illustrators at the Frye Art Museum and on a line of illustrated wall sconces sold at the Seattle Art Museum gift store. She holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Painting and Printmaking. She studied graphic design at the University of Cape Town, South Africa, and continues to take classes at Cornish College of the Arts.