Month: November 2015

Christmas is coming – watercolour greetings cards

In the next couple of weeks I am running a few watercolour sessions so it seemed only right to make them as Christmassy as possible, while teaching the basics of watercolour. I’ve hit upon the (probably not very original) idea of producing watercolour cards while learning flat washes, pen and ink, wet in wet, textures …

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Paper matters

I’m back on paper at the mo. I am preparing a few paintings for an exhibition in the cafe of our local country park. It’s a haven for local dog walkers and water sport enthusiasts. I know autumn is here when the Canada geese fly over honking all the way. One memerable season I thought …

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