Paint a Red Rose – Watercolor Class for Beginners

Back by popular demand!

Taught by Amy Jenkins

Monday,  December 11  from 5:30 – 8:00 pm.

$50 for class  – bring your own supplies.  See supply list below.

For an additional $10 Amy will provide your supplies.  Add the option “Supplies” to your shopping cart below. 

In this class students will use transparent layers of watercolor and learn some helpful techniques to paint a red rose and background foliage. Amy will demonstrate each step and then the class will repeat the step on their paintings.  Amy will send a line drawing of a rose for students to transfer to their watercolor paper before class.

This class is for adults at a beginner to intermediate level.

The minimum number of students is 6 and the max is 12.

BAA art classes are open to members and non-members.

Supplies needed: 

Paint – Ultramarine, Quin Rose or another pinkish red color,  Sap Green, Aureolin or another light yellow

Paper – 2 pieces 8”x 8” watercolor paper

Palette or white styrofoam plate

1 or 2 round paint brushes with a good point (size 8 to 12)

masking tape

paper towels

container for water

Masonite board or another hard surface on which painting will be taped. BAA has some that can be borrowed for class

If you have ANY questions or there is any confusion when ordering, please call MarLo at the BAA office 918-332-8463, Monday – Thursday, 11 am – 3 pm. Or email the BAA at


About the artist:

Amy was born and raised in St. Petersburg, Florida and majored in Fine Art at Evangel University in Springfield MO.  She also completed a commercial art course at the Art Institute of Houston.  She is married to Jim since 1976 and they have 2 children and one grandchild.  Since marriage Amy has lived in Houston TX, Ponca City OK, Corpus Christi TX, Midland TX, and currently resides in Bartlesville OK.  Amy has worked as a commercial artist, calligrapher, and elementary art teacher.  Since retiring from teaching in 2015, she has served as president and board member of the Bartlesville Art Association and focused on watercolor painting.  She is also a member of the Green Country Watercolor Society in Tulsa, OK and has won honors in competitions sponsored by both organizations.

View more of Amy’s amazing watercolor paintings on her website: