Watercolor Courses

Course Content

Francisco's teaching approach emphasizes particular techniques in each medium. In each 15-hour beginners' course in watercolor, he typically teaches 10 to 15 techniques. Examples include: Wet Into Wet, Dry Brush, Sponge, Salt, Spatter, Scraping, Sandpaper, Masking Peel, Alcohol, and Candle Wax. As you learn and practice these techniques, you'll incorporate them into paintings of a variety of subjects.

At Intermediate and Advanced levels, you'll increase your range of techniques and become more adept at using them as you work with increasingly complex and challenging subjects. With Francisco's guidance, you'll develop skill and confidence through practice and experimentation. 

What's Included in the Price?

We provide everything you'll need for completing your course, including watercolor paper, paint, a palette, brushes, and an apron for you to wear during classes.

You can choose either to stay with us or to arrange other accommodation off-site. The package prices set out below for our one-week course includes:

  • A course component

  • An accommodation component, covering a 7-night stay for each week of the course, in a double or twin room with air conditioning and its own private bathroom with shower. The accommodation component covers all of our guest amenities, including a full daily breakfast.

If you have off-site accommodation, you'll pay only the "Course Cost" amount.

10% discounts are available for two students registering together, or for continuing and returning students. For groups of three or more, we offer additional discounts based on the size of your group.

Prices shown for our Weekly Classes don't include accommodation.

Prices (including taxes) for Watercolor Painting Courses and Classes

One-Week Course

(2 hours/day x 5 days)



with Private Room: $590

Package cost for pairs or groups in Shared Room(s): $440

Weekly Classes

Each 2-hour Class $50