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Just Playing

Having a broken wrist means that you can’t carry too much equipment to your Art Society meeting. So, I just took a piece of watercolour paper, my Winsor & Newton pan set and one brush last week with a view to having a play with the paint. This was the result – I particularly like …

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Trees Through the Seasons – Autumn

Here’s the third video in my series Trees Through the Seasons – this time I’m showing you how to paint an autumn tree using four colours:- Quinacridone Gold, Quinacridone Red, Ultramarine and Burnt Umber. As always, I’d love to hear your comments and ideas for new videos – you know what to do, click on …

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Trees Through the Seasons – Summer

Here’s the second video in my series Trees Through the Seasons – this time I’m showing you how to paint a summer tree using three colours:- Lemon Yellow, Ultramarine and Burnt Umber. As always, I’m keen to hear your comments and ideas for new videos – you know what to do, click on the link …

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Private View

Had an enjoyable evening last night at Stevenage Art Society’s Private View talking art with other artists and catching up on the gossip! It’s our Christmas Exhibition and in addition to paintings both framed and unframed we had pottery produced by the potters of the Society. Bought a rather pretty glazed bowl for a snip. …

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Another video on YouTube

I’m getting into the swing of it now – here’s another video on YouTube. This time I’m explaining how to paint Rose Hips in Watercolour using only four colours. For those of you who haven’t used them before Quinacridone Red is a bright transparent red. Indian Yellow is also transparent and similar in colour to …

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