Adventurous techniques, expressive colour, dynamic design - these are some of the characteristics that distinguish an innovative watercolour painting, giving it that exciting and distinctive quality to which all artists aspire in their work. Watercolour Innovations focuses on the work of 8 of today's leading professional artists - Michael Morgan, Jackie Devereux, Ray Evans, Richard Plincke, Catherine Brennand, Roger Dellar, Terry McKivragan and Laura Reiter - all known for their innovative approach to watercolour painting. It also includes a number of features to encourage practised artists to take the next step in their own watercolour painting. Creative Techniques - exploring unusual ways of applying watercolour Highlighted Details - focusing close-up on specific techniques Artists' Secrets - offering personal tips and unexpected insights Practical Projects - encouraging thought-provoking and enjoyable work Paintings-in-Progress - revealing the professionals' approach to a watercolour
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Jackie Simmonds started painting in her thirties, attending art school as a full-time 'mature student', and is now a busy and successful painter as well as an art instruction author. She exhibits her original works regularly in galleries in London and the UK, and reproductions of her work are sold worldwide. An excellent communicator, Jackie writes for The Artist magazine and runs occasional workshops and painting holidays. She is also the author of three other books and has made six art instruction videos.
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Book Description Collins, 2005. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P110007177828
Book Description Collins, 2005. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0007177828