If you yearn to paint the magic and mystery of evergreen forests at dusk and if you need to be taken by the hand and shown myriad techniques and approaches to evoke the wonder of the wild woodland then this course is for you! https://mailchi.mp/bb96c6cef3ee/o5m9786vdm I will show you how to paint not only isolated and detailed studies of pinecones, fungi, forest textures and the … Continue reading Watercolourists! Let Me Enchant You…
Become a PEACE membership art students of mine today – https://www.patreon.com/join/thepotteringartist? Ever fancy painting the gorgeous decadence of a geisha in colourful kimono? Well here is a sweet watercolour tutorial preview for you. https://www.patreon.com/join/thepotteringartist? In under 9 minutes see my process from start to finish. It can be yours too! Joining my watercolour projects club on Patreon via this link and choosing PEACE membership at … Continue reading Paint Poeple in Watercolour – easy Japanese geisha!
Starting this week on Youtube I am offering a short and sweet single colour watercolour study! These will come out every fortnight and will help you glean watercolour techniques. Start today by painting this simple orange pumpkin. Getting regular and simple practice is great for beginners as well as seasoned painters! Keep your skills sharp and enjoy painterly peace, pleasure & prowess! Alison Continue reading Become a Watercolour Whizz!
LONG HARD WINTER After a long 4 wintry months of recovery from a full hysterectomy and then the disruption of Beast from the East – I am finally emerging from my hibernation and getting a wiggle on artwise. The above blue bottle still life was what I painted for a new watercolour group at Chapel Cottage Studio this week. We used this limited palette of … Continue reading What’s New in the Studio this Month
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
There are so many brilliant watercolour artists around these days aren’t there? Just a brief search on Google brings up a plethora of distinctive styles all using this elegant and mercurial medium. There are many techniques, approaches and special additives you can add to watercolour to experiment further with different effects. Being immersed in art we all feed off one another to a degree – one … Continue reading Top 5 Qualities I Strive for in my Watercolours
This week has seen a lot of art being made:) Tuesday daytime – I was teaching my Art Spirit Painter’s Group how to paint a tall ship Tuesday evening I was doing a watercolour horse demonstration to Sully Art Group Friday afternoon was spent with my growing Tonteg Art Spirit Painter’s group where we painted a Moroccan doorway and on Saturday morning I gave a one … Continue reading This Week’s Art
Had a busy week this week completing two more watercolour dog commissions. I also painted a hare in a midnight countryside scene as one of my demos for my weekly art class. I loved painting this grand old corgi as his face and eyes are so full of joy and love. I used pale watercolour washes of Raw Sienna, Winsor Violet and Cerulean Blue to … Continue reading New Paintings this Week – watercolour dogs and a watercolour hare
For the last 3 days I have been RIVETTED by the book I am reading. It is called The Call of the Wild: My Escape to Alaska but it is not the one by Jack London. Instead it is written by a modern-day mountainman called Guy Grieve who like many people felt the pull of the wild and upped sticks from an office job in … Continue reading All Holed Up with No Place to Go – Watercolour of a Log Cabin – in Stages
This is a 30 minute demo I filmed this afternoon. CLICK on the CRAB image below to VIEW 🙂 Using blues and greens I painted a simple watercolour crab. Continue reading Watercolour Crab Demo for Beginners – sit back and enjoy!