Have you every wondered how to create misty and atmospheric watercolours, maybe paint realistic looking Trees or just would really enjoy learning how to paint watercolours confidently.
My online watercolour course will show you how to do this, with plenty of colour mixing tips, and step by step photographs showing how to paint a watercolour landscape from the beginning sketch to the final finishing secret touches.
With six projects in each course and personal feedback on each project to help and guide you to painting sucessful watercolours.
Having painted in the Lake District for over ten years , many days painting outdoors enjoying been inspired by seasonal colours, the ever changing weather and dramatic beautiful Lakeland scenes.
Let me share what I have learnt with you on the Online watercolour course, the price of the course is £75.00 for six projects. Just email today and start painting tomorrow.
I felt inspired to paint Castlerigg Stone Circle in watercolours with fresh snow blowing wildly and a little sunshine to warm this cold March day. This magical scene is just a mile from Keswick with 360 degrees views of glorious fells.
Castlerigg Stone Circle
Painted in watercolours by Jane Ward
Size 20 x 13
This Original painting is sold unframed for safe delivery
Staying at Rivalago Hotel on the shores of Lake Iseo I painted this serene vista in watercolours. With only shades of Blues to see, the palette was easy to mix. To keep it pure to the view, no pencil marks were drawn just a brush loaded with paint to show the simplicity of this breathtaking scene.
The light changes daily in the Italian Lakes, the days start with sunshine flooding through the open finistra, days are spent chasing shadows around sunlight buildings or sparkling light dancing on the Lake. Late afternoon the delights come to life, a mass of colours subdue to tonal shades, shapes are simplified with just a wash of colour.
I love painting Derwentwater, and think it is possibly the most beautiful lake in the English Lake District. It is totally unspoilt with five small Islands, one aptly named Derwent Island owned by the national trust. I painted this original watercolour at dusk. A still lake catching warm winter sunlight with just the sounds of geese making their evening flights.