Watercolor can be one of the simplest mediums to use, but it does seem to have a mind of its own at times, giving it the reputation of being fussy and unforgiving to work with. In this four part workshop Steve Mitchell gets into the mind of watercolor and see what makes it tick. Success with watercolor depends greatly on discovering and anticipating how it reacts in real painting situations.
If you missed Robert Burridge’s fantastic oil painting tutorials from the 2018 Strathmore Online Workshops, we’ll be re-playing them here, starting with Setting Up Your Studio & the 4 C’s. What are the 4 C’s? Concept, Composition, Color Combination, and Commit & Continue. If you’ve always wanted to try oil painting but didn’t know where to start, or if you’re looking for inspiration and painting techniques, then let’s get started!
If you’re in need of supplies, the Back To Whatever Super Sale: Winter Edition ends February 8th, so take advantage of our sale on Gamblin Artists’ Oil Colors, Gamblin 1980 Oil Colors, M. Graham Oil Colors, and Williamsburg Handmade Oil Colors — all at 40% off until February 8th!!!
Not only are M. Graham Oil Colors 40% off until February 8th, but you can also get a FREE tube of Alizarin Crimson or Manganese Blue Hue when you buy three (3) or more tubes. It’s a great time to try this high-quality oil paint ground in walnut oil.