Using a very limited palette of colors can be both challenging and rewarding. Although expensive one can purchase almost every color under the sun but where is the fun in that? If you are new to a medium, one way to see if you like it without a lot of cost involved is to choose a warm and cool of each of the primary colors. Since I will be soon be offering some classes and workshops in watercolor, I chose Hansa Yellow, Red Rose Deep and Phthalo Blue as my cool primary colors and Arylide Yellow, Vermillion and Ultramarine Blue as my warm primary colors. With this combination almost every other color can be mixed. The first workshop, "Painting Faces - Animal or Human" will be held on January 18 and 19th at the Sun West Art Club in Sun City West. Here are a few samples of paintings done with these colors.