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Painting Tutorials: Learn How to Paint with Oils, Acrylics, Pastels and Watercolors

The Joy of Watercolor is something I put together to remind myself why we paint in the first place. It's a free online video course featuring watercolor demonstrations and exercises that uplift and encourage you to keep on painting, embrace your creativity, and just love painting even more.

Ignite your passion for watercolor painting. . . get inspired today!

Watercolor classes by Angela Fehr

I am a Canadian watercolourist and have been painting landscapes, florals, and buildings with lots of character for over 30. . . read more

Creating movement in your painting sounds great—but what does that actually mean, and how do you do it? We all know you. . . read more

In recent years, there's been a huge surge in the popularity of watercolour illustration, particularly relating to food. Brands are looking for softer, more natural visual representations of their products, and illustrators are responding with increasingly creative techniques.

Georgina Luck is a Sussex-based artist whose fresh and vibrant illustrations have been commissioned by. . . read more

As I mentioned last week, scraping off as much of the old painting as possible is only half the job if you want to re-use a wood. . . read more

If you’re like me, you have at least a couple paintings lying around somewhere that will never be finished. They started. . . read more

Earth tones are some of my favorite colors. (Yeah. I know—with all the bright, beautiful colors available in so many mediums, why would browns be my favorite?)

But earth tones are a staple on my palette because they factor so heavily in my favorite subject: horses. Honestly, earth tones are the foundation for most of the things I paint. The only thing I can think of that. . . read more

No matter what kind of painter you are, the first step in every painting should be preparing the painting surface. Luckily,. . . read more

An oil transfer is a method of transferring a line drawing to a canvas (or any other painting surface) using oil paint rather. . . read more

One of my favorite methods of oil painting is the Flemish Method. It's a 7-step painting process with luminous results, but it’s also very time-consuming—requiring a minimum of four weeks drying time between each of the steps.

As you can imagine, it’s not always the best method for. . . read more

Editor’s Note: We sent an email to Rosemary & Co asking if they had any tips for oil painters choosing brushes. Here. . . read more

When you hear the word “contrast,” you probably think of dark versus light. But paintings can have many different. . . read more




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