Tutorials From The Watercolour Addicts' Gallery Artists
Watercolour can be a tricky medium. But it can also be easy if you take it step by step. Here, artists from our gallery are contributing tutorials to help you learn and enjoy watercolour painting. Come back each week for a new watercolour tutorial.
Contributed by Daune Sheri, Brooklyn, CT - USA
My technique for watercolor painting uses Ampersand Aquabord, Daniel Smith’s Watercolors, Escoda Versatil Brushes in round, sizes 6, 2, 0, 0/3 and a scalpel blade.
Contributed by Ron Morrison, Courtney, BC - Canada
I am a life long watercolourist. Painted with Reeves watercolors in grade school and took Art in the Park in the summer. I have always loved old cars and when I couldn't afford to restore an old wreck I did the next best thing, I painted one instead and I was hooked. For me, they are so much fun to paint. My subject matter allows for unlimited combinations and permutations of colours and textures.
Take a look inside my world to see how this watercolour painting took shape. > MORE
Contributed by Graham Berry, Blackpool, Lancashire - UK
In the spring of 2017, together with his wife Pauline, Graham Berry embarked on a watercolour workshop tour of the USA & Canada. He taught 9 workshops in 9 weeks, three 2 day, five 3 day and one 4 day, a total of 25 days, a lot of preparation! The workshop tour began in Illinois and then on to Texas, South Carolina, Arkansas, Maryland, Edmonton (Canada), California and finally Panama City, Florida.
Contributed by Kathryn Ragan, Langley, B.C., Canada
I am passionate about LIFE! As an artist, I bring my ardor along with high standards of technique to my creations, fashioning artwork that is realistic, vital and warm.