Painting a Dutch Landscape

This is a Frisian landscape. I painted this before, and it thought it would be nice to make a movie from it. Hope you all like it, have fun watching. If you like it please give me the Thumbs up, its a new thing for Google for ranking video's on you tube. The movie is... Continue Reading →

Hydrangea

On our dinner table stands a Hydrangea, it is a nice plant, and it is also a bit of a neat version. You could say they all make the perfect Hydrangea's at the plant grower. And when you paint it like this it will be a watercolour, but not a exciting watercolour. Like a modern... Continue Reading →

Some news from me

Hello my friends and subscribers, I am very honored you all subscribed to my website, I am just a hobby painter with a big heart for watercolour and everything got to do with watercolours. I am very busy at the moment to make videos on you tube. Its not a easy task to make a... Continue Reading →

Low Tide watercolour

Low Tide You wake up with a idea. Low tide and dark poles in the water. Keep it simple and enjoy. The idea as sketch The First Wash Painting the poles The finished watercolour. When you inspired by this little watercolour and make one yourself. Please give me or my website some credit! Thank you... Continue Reading →

Greens

I received many questions about painting greens. When you paint a landscape, apart from painting a desert, you always have to paint that green. a lot of us have problems painting greens. and in their watercolors it is often out of balance. A small lesson in what we see, we see color cause it is... Continue Reading →

Painting critique

Recently I painted a watercolour from some trees and farms in the neighborhood from Burgerbrug (North Holland). It was and still is beautiful weather when I write this , the grass was vibrantly green, so I decided not to paint in my usual greens, but in a lighter version. I added a shadow in the... Continue Reading →

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