Peggy Macnamara, the only artist-in-residence at Chicago's Field Museum, shares her unique "No-Fear" approach to capturing all forms of wildlife in living, luminous watercolor. Co-author Marlene Hill Donnelly, Field Museum Scientific Illustrator and third-generation painter, discloses in-depth information on color, paint properties, and design learned over a lifetime of art study and practice. In Painting Wildlife in Watercolor, Peggy demonstrates her singular method, which relies on a gradual layering of washes that eliminates the rigid and disaster-prone formulas of traditional watercolor painting. Peggy and Marlene provide clear and simple instructions for any beginning to advanced artist wanting to know about creating life-like renderings of everything from fur to feathers, along with Peggy's detailed illustrations of a vast range of both familiar and exotic animals.
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Peggy Macnamara teaches drawing and watercolor methods at the Art Institute of Chicago. She has been painting wildlife and nature scenes for more than twenty years. An accomplished and well-traveled artist, she lives in Evanston, IL. Marlene Hill Donnelly is a professional writer, book illustrator, painting instructor, and lecturer. She travels around the world hiking and diving to paint wildlife on land and under water. She lives in Glenview, IL.
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