Max’s Recommended Supplies
Watercolor paper or sketchbookIdeally cold press.
Paints and paletteThe Daniel Smith Essential Color Set is helpful. We’ll also be emphasizing a few fun dark colors like indigo and Prussian blue.
Waterproof penFine point Sharpie or Micron work fine.
Pencil and eraserOptional and dependent on your confidence.
BrushesWhatever you find comfortable. I usually go Goldy Lox with a big, small and perfect middle.
What to expect
Art Toolkit workshops are live events that take place on Zoom. During the workshop, you will have a chance to ask the instructor questions. After the workshop, we’ll provide you with a link to a recording to review on your own time (viewable for at least six months).
We’ll be in touch a week before the workshop with instructions for connecting and additional information. Please remember to adjust for your time zone. Tickets are non-refundable, but we may be able to transfer your ticket to another student if there is a waitlist.
We present our workshops with automated captions. If you wish to request additional accommodations, please let us know in advance.
Curious about tickets, technical details, gifting workshops, or anything else? Please see our frequently asked questions page for more details, and please don’t hesitate to contact us for help.
Max Romey is an Alaskan artist who found his voice in watercolors. As a dyslexic, visual storytelling has always been a huge part of Max’s life. Whether with watercolors as a kid, photography, or film, he has always been intrigued by how visual content can connect broad audiences without a single written word.
This drive ignited his passion for film-making, which he has been pursuing over the past six years. His work as a running videographer takes him all over the globe, but his true passion shines on Alaskan trails, and in the communities they bring together.
Learn more about Max on his website and on Instagram.