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Workshop Gallery

This page contains a Gallery of all images created for my Wednesday and Saturday Watercolour Workshops.
Click on the Workshops Link, to see the upcoming Workshop events and the Past Events page, to see pictures of painters and their images at these events.

 


“Lakes and Mountains”.
Distant mountains reflected in tranquil lake land. Straightforward project applying Watercolour to beautiful deep looking water.
 

Snow scene

 You can develop more skills in watercolour with this lovely scene. Paint convincing snow, winter trees and beautiful countryside
 


“Windmill”
 A windmill step by step. The drama of sails against sky, an evocative English scene made straightforward.   

 

“Lane with Puddles”
 
How to put puddles in a painting. Paint shallow water to wet your wellies in. How to make it real. Logical, easy to follow steps.  

Boat on a beach
 
How to draw and paint a boat. Sea and sky. Fluttering flags and the amazing Joe Dowden shingle technique simplified.

“Bluebell Woodland”
 
How do you paint a carpet of Bluebells on a forest floor? Here are easy techniques to achieve this in a day. 

 


"Field of Daisies”.

Paint a meadow with techniques that fill it with wild flowers and plants in long grass.
 


“Shallow Woodland Stream”.

Shallow rippling water and reflections. River bank, woodland, foliage, foreground and water.
 

“Lake with Little House”.
Deep, tranquil lake - sky and water - ripples and reflections. How to solve these challenges in Watercolour.


“Dazzling Sunset”
 How to make the sun bright and the water wet. Techniques for painting sunset across an estuary. This will show you how it’s done.
 



“Meadow with Poppies and Barn”
Paint a meadow with techniques that fill it with wild flowers and plants in long grass. Sketch an old country barn in the background, just like the ones in Surrey and Sussex.


“Tips and techniques”
 
Fun with watercolour. Easy methods for getting realistic results – Flowers in a meadow, foliage and foreground, realistic beach shingle, underwater stones.

“Little Bridge over Snowy Stream”
 Old Masonry Bridge over a winter stream. Water, landscape & snow.


“Wednesday field trip - 2008”.
A repeat of last year’s very successful and popular trip into the local Sussex countryside, with the likelihood of an alternative rural setting looking out from under cover.
 


"Swans on a Lake”.
This subject needn’t be difficult. Simple method for painting swans in water can be used for many other paintings.
 


“Underwater Stones”
 How to paint clear shallow water and make stones look like they are just under a shimmering veil of shallow water. 


“Snowy Landscape”
 
Snow covered rural landscape cloaked in white, a view across the fields and a farmstead nestling below distant hills. 
 


“Autumn River and Reflections”.
 
Tranquil river, warm autumn foliage, a sunny afternoon, techniques for wet looking water and reflections.

“Sea Shore, and Cliffs”
 Deep blue sea, high cliffs, rocks and perhaps some wheeling gulls, all easily achieved.

"Boat on a Lake"
One of the most popular scenes. A boat on a tranquil twilight lake. Very straightforward watercolour painting. 

“Sandy beach on a Sunny Day”.
 
Paint a sandy beach with a blue sky and a few simple figures – here is how to do it.

“Sun Glinting on a Farm Gate”
Based on page 56 - 57, "The Landscape Painters Essential Handbook" by Joe Francis Dowden. Published by David and        Charles/UK, North Light/USA.

“Underwater Stones”
How to paint clear shallow water and make stones look like they are just under a shimmering veil of shallow water. 


“Child Paddling”
Not difficult when you know how. Paint a child playing in water. Once you know how you can easily paint similar scenes.

 



“Rolling Countryside with Sheep”

Miles of fields and hedgerows – the patchwork quilt of Old England seen from the edge of a hill. Ariel perspective, how to put the sheep in, how to make it seem that every detail is there without actually painting it. A classic view in watercolour based on a Cotswold view near Sudely Castle.    


"Worthing Pier at Sunset"



"Curbar Edge"
                               


"Wednesday Field Trip 2009"

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