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Watercolor Techniques – Masking Fluid, Scratching Paper, and Masking Tape

If you have been reading my series about watercolors techniques, you should have a pretty good idea of the variety of ways you can use the medium. I bet you have been thinking that eventually I will run out of … Continue reading

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Watercolor Techniques – Splatter, Crayon or Wax, and Glazing

So far I have discussed seven different methods to use with watercolors. Today I will talk about three more. At the bottom of this post I have links to the other posts on this subject in case you missed one … Continue reading

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Easy Watercolor Terminology and Techniques

Watercolor is my favorite medium. I started out painting with watercolors when I was in my mid-twenties and have continued with the medium ever since. Occasionally I will try something else but I always gravitate back to watercolors. Painting with … Continue reading

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Pointillism Painting

If you are thinking about doing a painting assignment in your homeschool art program, you might consider doing a pointillism project. You can study the work of Georges Seurat as well. Mr. Seurat is known for being one of the … Continue reading

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Traveling and Creating Artwork

I’ve been doing quite a bit of traveling this summer and that can make creating art work a challenge. Before I left on my trip, I decided to design a large abstract painting to carry with me. After painting it … Continue reading

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