My watercolor courses are self-guided, standalone curriculum that allow you to go at your own pace and rewatch as many times as you want. They include painting demos, instructions, exercises, references, downloads and more and can be purchased through Teachable (using the links below) and then accessed by logging into your Teachable account. You have evergreen access to the content that you purchase.
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Each section features video demos, exercises, reference pics and examples, with clear explanations and palette and detail closeups.
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$150 - 2.5+hrs of guided content with BONUS VIDEO
This was originally planned as an in-person workshop in NYC’s Central Park. Unfortunately, my travel plans changed and I decided to offer this special autumn themed virtual workshop in its place. Let’s explore one of my favorite places to paint together.
In this course I demonstrate:
- Ways to tell a fall story
- Simplifying composition through thumbnails
- Using Notan sketches and color studies
- Using design and color harmony to take full advantage of an autumnal feeling in a painting
What's included with this lesson?
- Over 2.5 hours of video instruction
- Exercises to explore watercolor techniques
- Additional examples
- Reference pictures
- Facebook page invitation
- Evergreen video access
- BONUS DEMO-Over 20 minutes of related video on Central Park Boaters
Is this video right for me?
This course is great for intermediate to advanced painters or with some experience in watercolor, not suited for absolute beginners.
How does the lesson work?
After purchasing this lesson you'll have evergreen access to the video series in your Teachable account. Go at your own pace and rewatch as many times as you want.
Through video demonstrations followed by related exercises, you will develop watercolor skills and techniques.
What materials do I need for the lesson?
I recommend watching the lesson the first time with a notebook and a pencil.
Basic watercolor equipment will suffice, recommended materials are discussed throughout the course