Le bourdon sur l’ azalée

Artist: Valérie Mafrica
Medium: watercolor
Size: a4

Hi everybody!!! This is my second essay of the proposed topic. I executed it more freely by adding touches of color and allowing the water and the pigments to interact. I’m not convinced of the result but I like the spontaneity that emerges. Thank you all and forward for the… Please click to see full post & comment >>

How to Compose Painting from a Single Daisy Flower with Lela Stankovic – Step by Step for Beginners

How to compose paintings

Hi fellow artists 🙂 As an artist you paint what YOU see…. something which might exist in the real world… or it might not. You might paint it exactly as it is in the real world, or take artistic license and paint the subject as you see it. In this… Please click to see full post & comment >>

Line and Wash Painting of a Leaf with One Color by Lela Stankovic

Line and wash watercolor painting tutorial

Hello and welcome 🙂 I have been exploring line and wash, and I enjoy the simplicity and beauty of this painting process so much.  I recorded myself painting this beautiful leaf as I wanted to share with you my painting process. In Canada, even as summer starts fading into cold… Please click to see full post & comment >>

Paint in Watercolor Line and Wash from Life – Drawing of Bittersweet Nightshade

lela stankovic watercolor

Hello fellow artists 🙂 I wanted to share with you a video I posted on YouTube today. A simple and easy line and wash painting demonstration of a bittersweet nightshade plant, from life, with a limited QOR mini watercolor set. This step by step tutorial is suitable for complete beginners,… Please click to see full post & comment >>

Challenge 76 – Bumble Bee and Flowers

Welcome to challenge 76. I hope you are staying warm, and having a very nice and enjoyable fall.  With vacations being an understandable priority I really appreciate you were taking your precious time and posting in our last challenge. Your participation, sharing and comments motivate me and each of us… Please click to see full post & comment >>

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