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

Today I want to share a fun painting technique that works well with watercolors and—actually—almost any other media!. . . read more

The following scene was sketched while on holiday in Suffolk, sitting on the village green overlooking some wonderful wonky. . . read more

If your life is anything like mine, you probably don't have the opportunity to do art as much as you'd like. Maybe you've worked out a schedule that gives you an hour or two every day, or (more likely) a few hours once or twice a week.

Or maybe you have plenty of time in the studio, but you have several projects going at the same time and skip from one to another.

Either way,. . . read more

One of the joys of painting with mixed-media is the freedom to create unique textures and patterns in your backgrounds. While. . . read more

Nowadays, nearly everyone carries a lot of stuff, all the time. Which means we’re always finding new ways to carry that. . . read more

As a watercolorist, I've been painting since the mid '80's. New techniques come and go but here's one I've been perfecting for a while. I call it "black outline art" and use it to create a kind of stained glass appearance in watercolor paintings.

I actually stumbled on this technique a few years ago and am not really sure of it's origins. . . I'm sure other artists have used similar. . . read more

Welcome to the fifth article in my series on the classical painting method known as the Flemish Method. Used by 16th and 17th. . . read more

Welcome to the fourth article in my latest series describing the classic Flemish Method of painting. If you haven’t done so. . . read more

I'm a watercolorist and have been painting since the mid 80's. One of the hardest concepts to grasp as a beginner was WHY I would want to stretch watercolor paper.

For a little background, my very first watercolor class was at a craft store. That instructor didn't bother to stretch paper and most of us were using watercolor "pads" in order to save money on materials. I fell in love. . . read more

Today I’ll be continues my current series exploring the Flemish method of painting. In my first article, I demonstrated how. . . read more

In my first article describing the Flemish method of painting, I talked about the first step of the process, including the. . . read more




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