Other examples of my flowers and fruit paintings can be seen in the gallery.
There is no life without water. True for watercolour painting too!
I thought I would write articles for my blog answering some of the questions I am frequently asked.
The first, and most common, is; how much water should I use when mixing watercolour paint? To answer this one question I must ask you to answer the following six:-...
"Art washes away from the soul the dust of everyday life." ~ Picasso.
I run Watercolour Workshops or Taster Days from my studio, providing tuition for up to six people.
Whether you are a complete beginner, or a more experienced artist, I can tailor the day to suit your needs ensuring you get the most from your time.
These small original paintings will be available to buy shortly, if you are interested please contact me. More examples of my flowers and fruit paintings can be seen in the gallery.
"Thank you so much for a really lovely day. It was perfect. Great company, great food and even Robert thought my painting looked good which, of course, is down to you. Thanks again and we will be back (if you'll have us!)". MH
If you are interested in joining a watercolour workshop or weekly class below is a list of the basic equipment needed. I hope it is helpful.
Putting a "Spotlight on Watercolour"
I am a watercolour artist and tutor. Welcome to my painting blog.
I'll share my new paintings and news with you here - before they're published on the main site. I'll provide information about watercolour painting techniques and explain my techniques in more detail than is possible on my site. I'll also post some step-by-step demonstrations and a host of other things.
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