Learning from a master watercolorpainter is always good!
A few years ago I took some workshops from Kees van Aalst, and I learned a lot.
Just by watching and analysing watercolours, he showed me to be different in style, … Read more
A practice on plain drawing paper.
Not every watercolor have to be a masterpiece,
Its good to practice on cheap paper.
Here I used 200 grams drawing paper, this paper can take a lot of water, you have to search … Read more
I did this picture a few years ago, in a plein air setting, always liked the place! The sheds are long gone, and I think the house is also already gone! My new Rowland Hilder book is very inspiring, so … Read more
If you want to make wonderful watercolor figures, or landscapes that glow, you are on the right address with Mel Stabin. Mel is a American artist that wrote several books, and give workshops in this medium for a long time!
I am so happy with my new/old book!
A book from Philip Jamison, a real master in watercolor.
His work look very simple, but still they are complex .
The counter change in his pictures is great!
The winterscenes are … Read more
Jaren geleden zag ik de serie Alwyn Crawshaw met zijn vrouw June op vakantie op Mallorca. De serie was door de BBC gemaakt, en was verdeeld in 8 afleveringen. Het was vooral hoe Alwyn zijn schilderijen maakte, wat mij zo … Read more