On Monday we’ll take a break from posting new articles, in honor of Independence Day here in the US. If you’re celebrating along with us, throw another hot dog on the grill and have a great 4th of July weekend! :)
Tuesday in Featured Artists – Using hand-stamped papers and acrylic paint, Janyce Boyntone creates nature-inspired collages filled with Maine’s flora and fauna. See her work on Tuesday, and then submit your own artwork to be featured as well!
Wednesday in General Art Advice – Phawnda Moore will share a great tool for easily scaling your artwork to various sizes. If you’ve never used (or heard of!) a proportional scale before, drop in on Wednesday to learn all about it!
And, for the next three days. . .
To celebrate Independence Day, Watercolor University is offering EE readers 7 days of unlimited access to all 56 of their online video classes for only $3!
I checked into the details, and if you auto-renew after your introductory week, they will also discount the month-to-month price by 65%—down to $34.99 from $99.99, which saves you $65 each month.
It’s a great price to learn from award-winning artists who usually charge hundreds of dollars for in-person classes and workshops. Learn online instead with Watercolor University’s 35 hours of video instruction, reference photos, supply lists, and bonus materials. Since it’s all online, you can get watercolor instruction right at home, or on-the-go using your smartphone or tablet.
Here’s what you’ll get when you sign up for just $3:
• Easy-to-use website, so you don’t need to be a computer whiz
• Inspiring topics for both beginners and experts
• 2-4 new video classes added each month for no extra cost
• Truly helpful customer support, including telephone support
• Instant video streaming on your web-connected computer, smartphone or tablet
• Quality teaching from award-winning watercolor painters
(one teacher is a 2-time Teacher Of The Year!)