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  • A Brush with Success with Terry Harrison
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    Terry Harrison shows you how to successfully create natural looking watercolour landscapes every time with an exciting new range of unique brushes that he has designed, in his studio, for artists of all abilities.
    You will learn, by following a number of demonstrations, how easy it can be to create trees, foliage and attractive landscapes. Terry Harrison will encourage and inspire your own creativity whilst showing you techniques that will lead to success every time – you’ll be amazed at what you will achieve.

    $12.95
  • A Little Watercolour with Karin Huehold
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    A complete watercolour course featuring many fun and creative exercises – Easy to follow demonstrations – Working on 2 1/2″ x 3 1/2″ pieces of paper makes painting relaxed and stress free…with inspiring results! This video is packed with two hours of information for beginning or experienced artists. Our four camera setup ensures that you clearly see every step of the process. Follow Karin as she cuts one sheet of watercolour paper into seventy-two small pieces and creates a new and beautiful ‘little watercolour’ on each one. Karin’s experience and personality ensure a fun and creative experience… Experimentation is encouraged! Play ~ Have Fun ~ Relax ~ Explore This Beautiful Medium

    $12.95
  • A Splash of Colour with Hazel Soan – Part 1 of 2
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    In this series, Hazel Soan aims to liberate the artist in all of us, encouraging us to pick up a sketchbook, she says “I hope this new series will get lots of people sketching, she says “I hope this new series will get lots of people sketching and painting as part of their everyday lives. If suddenly their immediate landscape comes alive to them and they see colours & shapes they never noticed before, I will be very happy.”

    $12.95
  • A Splash of Colour with Hazel Soan – Part 2 of 2
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    In this series, Hazel Soan aims to liberate the artist in all of us, encouraging us to pick up a sketchbook, she says “I hope this new series will get lots of people sketching, she says “I hope this new series will get lots of people sketching and painting as part of their everyday lives. If suddenly their immediate landscape comes alive to them and they see colours & shapes they never noticed before, I will be very happy.”

    $12.95
  • A-Z of Flower Portraits Video with Billy Showell – Part 1 of 2
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    “Billy Showell’s inspiring watercolour flower portraits have earned her the respect of watercolour artists all over the world and now she is sharing them with you in this stunning double video.
    Billy Showell will show you how to complete beautiful flower portraits with the same degree of accuracy as traditional botanical paintings but with a unique contemporary feel.
    You will have the opportunity to observe Billy’s unique eye for design and her love of flowers as you follow her through three gorgeous step-by-step flower portrait projects, including a Narcissi, a Hellebore and an Anemone
    .

    $12.95
  • A-Z of Flower Portraits Video with Billy Showell – Part 2 of 2
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    “Billy Showell’s inspiring watercolour flower portraits have earned her the respect of watercolour artists all over the world and now she is sharing them with you in this stunning double video.
    Billy Showell will show you how to complete beautiful flower portraits with the same degree of accuracy as traditional botanical paintings but with a unique contemporary feel.
    You will have the opportunity to observe Billy’s unique eye for design and her love of flowers as you follow her through three gorgeous step-by-step flower portrait projects, including a Narcissi, a Hellebore and an Anemone

    $12.95
  • Animals on the Loose Video with Marilyn Allis
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    This inspiring art instruction workshop will capture your imagination and help you learn to paint animals in an imaginative way often from angles you wouldn’t expect.
    Popular artist Marilyn Allis shows you how to capture the character and movement of farm, domestic and wild animals, some with only a few simple brush strokes. She even reveals how to create simple yet affective backgrounds that will bring real atmosphere to your paintings.
    In this video Marilyn Allis shows you how to paint six stunning projects including; a cat, chickens, three pigs, a cow, an ostrich and a cockerel.

    $12.95
  • Art in 20 Minutes: Borrowdale, watercolor, with Geoff Kersey
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    Beautiful ‘Borrowdale’ – a picture of peace and tranquillity, glowing with all the stunning colours of autumn. Follow Geoff Kersey as he guides you through the step-by-step stages of this painting, demonstrating how to capture the reflections of the scene in the water and creating the magical focal point that draws you in.
    The beauty of these simple, step-by-step projects is that each one enables you to create a painting to be proud of – while learning and improving your watercolour painting skills.
    It’s the best way we know to have a little fun – and gain confidence at the same time!

    $12.95
  • Autumn Lane, Art in 20 Minutes, Video with Geoff Kersey
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    “Geoff Kersey uses a stunning autumn scene to firing your imagination and encouraging the artist in you. Follow Geoff Kersey through the step-by-step stages of this painting to recreate the magical glow of this wonderful autumn day.
    The beauty of these simple, step-by-step projects is that they each one enables you to create a painting to be proud of – while learning and improving your watercolour painting skills.
    It’s the best way we know to have a little fun – and gain confidence at the same time!”

    $12.95
  • Barn in Winter, Art in 20 Minutes, Video with Geoff Kersey
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    “A wonderful new watercolour painting project with Geoff Kersey – this ‘Art In 20 Minutes’
    step-by-step lesson is easy to follow and the results are superb – a painting to be proud of!”

    $12.95
  • Be a Better Painter with Ben Manchipp, Part 1 of 2
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    “Part 1 of 2
    The aim of these videos is to make you a better painter. In this first part, Ben Manchipp looks at some of the core skills needed to improve the overall look of your painting. Starting with planned washes with defined areas, then to more challenging projects, and finishing with a beautiful painting of a Sussex windmill, Ben explains many of the methods you should use to make each painting you do better than the last.The aim of this workshop is to help you be a better painter.
    If you have been painting for some time and feel that you want to improve your painting, it is often necessary to stand back and review how you work and the level of your abilities. You may also need to consider what your aims are and plan what you may need to do in order to improve.
    The demonstrations take you step by step through each project, developing ideas and methods from concept to the finished study.
    The workshop introduces what Ben Manchip considers are the core skills. These are the foundations that every painter needs in order to improve and develop. Core skills are good drawing and a working knowledge of methods and materials. These skills enable the painter to develop a creative process in the pursuit of more original work.
    Good drawing is the most important core skill. It is the core of all your development, both during the process of developing new ideas and directions and in producing finished paintings. The understanding of methods and materials is also important if you wish to develop your work. The ability to paint simple things well, under control, and with understanding of the process will enable you to develop the ability to paint more complex subjects better.
    The first exercise demonstrates the core skills of planned tones and washes, a basic principle of watercolour, and the importance of using ‘white space’. The simple opening exercises continue progressively across a range of subjects, and conclude with a more complex painting using all the methods and materials that are demonstrated throughout the filming.
    Learning to draw and paint well is a little like learning music. Start with simple scales and exercises and become an expert at these first, before trying to improvise. The classic disciplines of drawing, composition and technical skills create the freedom to explore and be creative. These are the core skills that will enable you to ‘Be a Better Painter’.
    Ben Manchipp
    A passion for landscape and architecture imbues all of Ben Manchipp’s work. With a varied history as a Designer and Illustrator to Head of an Art School, the core skills of sound drawing are evident in all the work he does. Ben’s work has been shown in leading galleries and published internationally, and he has many awards and titles to his name, as well as being honoured with requests for commissions.

    $12.95
  • Be a Better Painter with Ben Manchipp, Part 2 of 2
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    Part 2 of 2
    In the second part of Ben Manchipp’s “Be a Better Painter” workshop, Ben Manchipp shows how using several basic skills, including wet and dry brushwork, drawing with masking fluid, removing colour with a sponge and a blade, and the use of the right colours and tones, can dramatically improve your paintings. Ben concentrates on exploring composition to make your paintings original, and shows how the image does not need to be the same as the reference photo.
    Ben Manchipp
    A passion for landscape and architecture imbues all of Ben Manchipp’s work. With a varied history as a Designer and Illustrator to Head of an Art School, the core skills of sound drawing are evident in all the work he does. Ben’s work has been shown in leading galleries and published internationally, and he has many awards and titles to his name, as well as being honoured with requests for commissions.

    $12.95
  • Being Bold with Watercolour with Annette Kane
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    “Watercolorist Annette Kane shows you how to be brave, be creative and be BOLD!
    “”Bold”” isn’t a word generally associated with watercolour, but that’s because most artists don’t know the secrets of using them to create bright, vibrant works.
    Confidence plays a large part in being able to paint well in watercolour and feeling able to take a risk or two without feeling too concerned about the results – mistakes are, after all, a part of the learning process.
    In this simply stunning video, Annette Kane paints two very different scenes using very different styles and techniques. Firstly Annette Kane works in a way that she describes as “”detailed and careful”” when she paints a stunning garden scene, full to the brim with plant life, shrubbery and potted flowers. Her second project involves a much more relaxed and looser approach when she paints a Mediterranean coastal scene, capturing the “”idea”” of the landscape instead of recording the precise detail.
    Overall, Annette Kane encourages you to try something new and a little bit different, allowing you to improve along the way and grow as an artist. You can have some great successes, just by being a little freer and trying different things – above all and more important than any technique is to simply have fun!
    Take the ideas, use the techniques and have a go yourself!

    $12.95
  • Bluebell Wood, Art in 20 Minutes, Video with Geoff Kersey
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    “Introducing the newest, inspirational step-by-step lesson from renowned artist and teacher, Geoff Kersey, to help you paint this idyllic spring woodland scene, bathed in sunshine and clothed with bluebells.
    It’s the perfect time to get out there and paint, and this video will teach you the techniques to use.
    Take out 20 minutes and see what you can achieve!”

    $12.95
  • Botanical Art Techniques, Painting & Drawing Flowers & Plants with Bente Starcke King
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    Working with fresh flowers and plants, Bente Starcke King introduces the techniques and principles involved in botanical painting. Using watercolour, color pencil and ink, Bente shows you how to gain control of a painting and apply different media to great effect. In the video, Bente paints tulips, primroses, daffodils and lilies with the addition of helpful hints and tips along the way, tackling potential problems such as white flowers on a white background. This video is a must for all who have an interest in painting beautiful flowers.

    $12.95
  • Celebrating the Seasons in Watercolor Video with Donald Clegg
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    In this enlightening DVD, Donald Clegg takes you on a journey of discovery. Painting a series of still life studies, including pears, Chinese lanterns, Honesty and a fruit bowl. Don discusses the merits of a good composition, while demonstrating how light and dark tones can complement a painting and instill life into a picture. Using watercolour has never been so much fun!

    $12.95
  • Charles Reids Watercolour Secrets DVD with Charles Reid
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    American professional artist Charles Reid offers you an inside glimpse into his sketchbook, sharing actual pages along with critiques and insights he’s learned through years of practice. With each entry, you’ll learn how to improve your own watercolour technique.
    Five detailed step-by-step demonstrations enable you to create watercolour masterpieces of your own. With Charles’ concise and encouraging explanations, you’ll feel as if you’ve found your own personal teacher.
    In this DVD, Charles unravels the mystery behind the complexities of drawing from live models, moving on to Lincolnshire landscapes as he ventures outside the studio. His loose style is refreshing and unique.
    Exploring the possibilities of watercolour is when Charles is at his best, which is evident in abundance in this exciting set.

    $12.95
  • Classic Techniques for Watercolour Landscapes with Ray Campbell Smith
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    Ray Campbell Smith begins the video by demonstrating various types of wash. He introduces the use of dry brushwork and how different types of sky can be created with certain techniques. Ray also teaches how to use masking fluid effectively along with producing shadows and tonal contrast. Ray continues by taking his canvas outdoors to capture a woodland scene, combining many of the skills learned throughout the DVD to create a stunning end result.

    $12.95
  • Cley Mill, Norfolk, Art in 20 Minutes, Video with Geoff Kersey
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    “Geoff Kersey’s step-by-step watercolour demonstrations are the ultimate in easy to follow instruction for beginners and improvers.
    Geoff guides you through the simple techniques for successful watercolour paintings, teaching you basic skills that will stay with you for a lifetime!
    His new painting of Cley Mill in Norfolk perfectly demonstrates how to include interesting buildings in your compositions.”

    $12.95
  • Color for the Artist with Stephen Quiller
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    $12.95
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