Bookings being taken now for the following:- 1) Capturing Playful Hares in watercolour 2) Colour Feeling Through Pastel 3) Native American Indians in Pen & Wash 4) Nastursium Watercolour Fiesta! 5) The Elemental Landscape in Charcoal – BOOK NOW If you want to get to grips with watercolour, pen and wash and other art media such as drawing and pastels you have found the … Continue reading Art Blossoms Painting Days 2007/18 are Here!
What a treat I received yesterday from a lovely lady photographer/artist called Mape Andrews who has been watching my watercolour instructional tutorials on YouTube. A set of 10 M Graham professional artist quality tube paints! I was blown away by her lovely gesture as I had only vaguely heard of these paints but never bought any. I couldn’t wait to try them out so here they … Continue reading Testing M Graham Watercolour Tube Paints
Here’s a review of what’s been going on in my studio this week including – Completion of two bulldog commissions in watercolour Painting these two gorgeous bulldogs was a real joy this week. Not that they didn’t give me a bit of trouble in places mind you! Their famous muzzles were a piece of work with all those soft folds and blended black patches to … Continue reading Painting Bulldogs in Watercolour
Happy 2017 to you! This is my first post of the year and to be honest I have been delaying putting it up as I was just waiting to get time to add the finishing touch! A watercolour magpie tutorial. I wanted to add this latest watercolour bird demo but had to work out my new video software first! Now I have it sorted … Continue reading Painting Birds in Watercolour
Before you read any further would you like to just close your eyes and listen to the sounds of waves on a Cape Cod beach as seagulls and shorebirds call and sing in the sky. This will get you in the mood for this post which is inspired by the beauty of Cape Cod. I have recently read the cult classic for coastal … Continue reading The Outermost House and The House on Nauset Marsh – nature writing like no other
With Christmas nearly here I thought some viewers may be interested in painting a robin. They are real characters aren’t they? They claim your back garden as their own turf and defend it feistily. The robin song is a delight and today I found this lovely short clip of a robin singing away – it is worth a listen if only to get … Continue reading How to Paint a Robin in Watercolour
I have had this gorgeous horse image in my image bank for months now and have been building up to painting it. https://www.etsy.com/uk/listing/474000880/original-watercolor-horse-painting-horse?ref=shop_home_active_1 I finally completed it and enjoyed getting the muzzle min particular to a high degree of finish – something I have never done before as I found it very hard. That was remedied in part thanks to 10 weeks spent studying … Continue reading Painting Horses in Watercolour