You don’t need talent to learn how to paint watercolors, you just need instruction and practice, and you’ll learn as you go. Start NOW and before you know it, you’ll have learned enough to produce beautiful paintings to impress your friends, win awards and even sell. (Click the title for the 8 Things blog post.)
Goldfinch + Cone Flower + Background = Your Next Lesson!
(photos from Paint My Photo site – goldfinch from Rodney Campbell and Cone Flower from Stacy Egan)
Linda: I really enjoyed watching and learning from your mushroom demo. It inspired me to try it. Your lesson was better then some of the lessons I take from my painting teachers! You explain your painting techniques very well.
Laura: Just found your website, initially watched you paint a forest scene on utube. I am a new painter and started with acrylic. Your an inspiration. I live in Scotland so have some amazing scenery to paint. You are certainly helping me along, can’t wait to get started!
Penny: You have opened my eyes to watercolor, I took your class on craftsy and found your website. I think you are a great teacher…you make watercolor seem easy for a 74 year old grandma like me, keep up the good work and God Bless
Juliette: I have just found your website by accident and am so excited. I have been rather scared of watercolour and have wandered off into pastels, acrylic and oils with varying results. However I decided to give watercolour another go. Now I hope to achieve better pictures with your help.