Course "City in Watercolor: Atmosphere and Details"



City in Watercolor: Atmosphere and Details

Discover the art of merging detail and impressionism with Michał Jasiewicz. Create 3 cityscapes that harmonize realism and atmosphere, blending history and contemporary elements with the beauty of watercolor.

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Is it possible to combine in one painting meticulous attention to details and loose impressionistic brushstrokes? Michał Jasiewicz says yes. And he will show you how to do it in this course!

Together with Michał, you will create 3 incredible cityscapes, infusing realism with atmosphere and making semi-realistic, semi-poetic scenes. Here urban landscapes, architecture, nature, and spirit of the location will blend historical charm with contemporary elements.

Join the course and learn to combine technical precision with creative expression, make a wonderful interplay of light and shadow, and build balanced compositions, conveying all the power of watercolor! 

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Meet your instructor

Michał Jasiewicz

  • Professional architect and passionate watercolor artist
  • Michał is often invited to run painting workshops and live watercolor painting sessions both in Poland and abroad
  • Many of his works are located In European, Chinese and American collections
  • Michał is known for his semi-realistic, semi-poetic vision of the world, inspired by natural and urban landscapes. He draws inspiration from both historical and contemporary artists.
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Certificate of completion (in Premium Plan)

Upon completion of the course for the students of Premium plan we issue a certificate. The certificate could be used as a proof of your qualification's upgrade at work (if it is related to arts) and for your private affairs as a recognition of your mastery in painting. 

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Which materials do you need for the course?

  1. Watercolor Paints: A selection of high-quality watercolors, including various shades of blue (cobalt, ultramarine), yellows, and warm tones for illuminated areas.
  2. Brushes: A range of brushes, including a large hake brush for broad strokes and smaller, finer brushes for detailed work.
  3. Watercolor Paper: Preferably cold-pressed, high-quality paper suitable for watercolor painting.
  4. Palette: For mixing colors.
  5. Water Containers: For rinsing brushes and diluting paints.
  6. Pencils: For initial sketching.
  7. Eraser: Preferably a kneaded eraser for gentle corrections.
  8. Masking Tape: To secure the paper and create clean edges.
  9. Spray Bottle: For achieving smooth blending effects.
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Monday — Friday
7 am — 6 pm Central European Time (CET)