Pat Blair - Triangle Brush Summer Blooms - July 15, 16

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John Neal Books is not hosting this class.


THURSDAY, July 15, 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM  EDT via Zoom

FRIDAY, July 16, 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM EDT (East Coast United States)

A Video of the class will be available for all enrolled students available for 4 weeks.


The Triangle (or Wedge) Brush has become my favorite tool for graceful florals because they complement pointed pen work so well. In this class, we will learn how to use it to achieve graceful leaf shapes, and petal shapes. Through a series of exercises, the will explore the feel and technique used to create these shapes, and then put them together to paint beautiful summer geraniums and daisies.



  • Several sheets of cold press Arches Watercolor Paper, any weight is good for practice, or a pad such as Canson MixMedia (PS00) (PS41)
  • Triangle (Wedge) brush (BR59)
  • Tube watercolors - suggested colors for this class include Quinn Rose, Alizarin Crimson, Rose Madder, Cad Red Deep, Sap Green, New Gamboge, Cad Yellow, Cerulean, Burnt Sienna, Prussian Blue, Raw Umber, Payne’s Gray (not all are necessary, a good beginning is one of the reds, a yellow and a blue (WNWC1) WNWC2) (WNWC3) (WNWC4)
  • small plastic or ceramic palette (S679)
  • containers for water (S1005)
  • pencil (PL38)
  • eraser (E13)