watercolor painting 101: getting creative with paint and pens

Watercolor Painting 101 is a place to learn about the art of watercolor in a relaxed, non-threatening way. (I’m as non-threatening as they come) To see earlier lessons, visit the WP101 page. Did you follow last week’s lesson? If not, hop over because it’s a two-parter and this is part two. Part one provides the base […]

Continue reading

watercolor painting 101: creating a flat wash and then some

Watercolor Painting 101 is a place to learn about the art of watercolor in a relaxed, non-threatening way. If you’re new here, please take a look at the watercolor 101 page to see earlier lessons. For today, we’ll learn how to make a simple flat wash and then we’re going to get creative. Materials:For this exercise […]

Continue reading

watercolor 101: paper & brushes

Part 2 of the Watercolor Painting 101 series should have been part one, right? And this, my friend, is why I do not claim to be a pro – just a dabbler who hopes that this series erases any fear you have of watercolor and leaves you with inspiration and excitement to move forward and […]

Continue reading

watercolor painting 101

In case you haven’t noticed, I’ve been digging up and exploring my artful roots. As a result, a few folks have asked if I teach online or do workshops and while I’m no expert, I thought it would be fun to pass along some of the things that I have learned along the way. Therefore, […]

Continue reading