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With BobbinsArt

I love Art, I have my whole life. I am sharing some of my work on this site, I hope you like it.  Most of it is Original pieces, some are giclee Prints of the original pieces.   

Beginning Class  Curriculum

Lessons 1-8

What you will learn:


  • Artist Eye

  • Color Wheel

  • How to make a sky

  • How to make a simple Wash

  • How to make a gradient Wash

  • How to make a background Wash

  • Value charts

  • Basic drawing of 3 objects

  • How to make a rich black

  • 5 techniques every student

  • needs to know

  • Inspiration & copyrights

  • Warm-ups and trial paint charts

  • Color mingling

  • Color Emotions

  • Monochromatic, Analogous & complimentary colors

  • Glazing and underpainting

  • How to keep a white

  • Fun Techniques

Art gives us hope, happiness, and freedom to be  silly!

I paint because I need to create. I see auras of color everywhere. My need to feel the emotions of all colors and create those in my paintings has brought me to share my delight and skills of all things color with you.


Choose your  course level


Beginning Your Watercolor Journey

A basic course starting with how and what supplies to use. You will learn the color wheel, as well as basic techniques, needed in your path of creativity. 


Continuing Your Watercolor Journey

You will paint a Still Life, Landscape, Floral, Seascape using your newly acquired skills of color. If you follow along incorporating all my fun and silly tips with all the serious stuff,  you will gain confidence and success.



Enjoying Your Watercolor Journey

Using all your newly acquired watercolor knowledge, skill, and creativity, you are on your way to creating your first Masterpiece. You will start using your color magic to grow your creativity.



A critique is a professional assessment and feedback crafted about one painting. It can be from one of these classes or any painting you have created.

Intermediate  Class Curriculum

Lessons 1-8

What you will learn:


  • Composition

  • Focal point

  • Perspective, 

  • How to make a stair in perspective

  • How to make a circle in perspective

  • Corrections

  • Still life

  • How to use Gouache, Acrylic, and

  • ink in your paintings

  • How to do a floral

  • How to do a Landscape

  • How to do a Seascape

  • How to paint in Plein Air

       Advanced Classes 

       Curriculum Lessons 1-8


       What you will learn:

  • How to paint in the Negative spaces.

  • How to paint a seascape

  • Florals

  • Yupo paper What it is and how to use it

  • How to paint a landscape

  • Abstracts

  • Doodling on your Art

  • How to mat and frame your Art

  • Learning about Artist Statements, Artist Bio’s, and Curriculum Vitae

Critique 1 ~ 1

What you will learn:

You will learn how to look at your
painting and see where it needs
correction if it does, and how to
apply those corrections.

This class is not necessary for
your success in any of the classes,
but it will help you understand
more about your painting
techniques. It will help you
understand what you are doing
right and also how to correct
any imperfections.  I suggest you
take this for your Beginning class
as you can and will get that
extra from me. 

You will be amazed at what the Beginning students have accomplished...
                                                             I was!!!!

A word from my students

"Bobbin was my instructor for a recent Watercolor class in my community which I really enjoyed.  I learned many new things in each class.  I found her to be a very encouraging and positive instructor." 

—Arlene Speiser

"Bobbin is a great watercolor teacher.  I took many classes with her and three other students in our Community.  She explains things well and always has samples of techniques. I really enjoyed the classes that included lessons, doing our own thing and a few laughs. Definitely recommend her!" 

—Arlene Sapoff

"I have known Bobbin for many years both as a friend and art teacher. She is not only a beautiful artist but a wonderful teacher. I have learned so much from her and have become a much better artist as a result of her encouragement and gentle suggestions. Anyone who wants to improve their painting skills with watercolor or acrylics would benefit from Bobbin’s classes." 

—Donna Donelan

"Since taking the watercolour course with Bobbin I've enjoyed painting and playing with various techniques. I had no previous experience and thought I had no talent but Bobbin taught us the basics and encouraged us to experiment. She is very animated and made it fun to be there."

—Carol Culig