Watercolor is perhaps the hardest painting method to master: you can't cover up certain mistakes, too much water wrinkles the paper, and colors often fade as the paint dries. No wonder many aspiring John Singer Sargents run for the kits with the little numbers printed on the canvas. In this series, Susan Scheewe provides easy-to-follow instruction for beginning and intermediate artists, as she demonstrates how to create scenes of stunning natural beauty. In short time, viewers will no longer fear wet-on-wet and scumbling, and maybe even try their hand at acrylic painting as well.
- May 01, 1995
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