Check out the video on how to create this watercolor Christmas window here.
I am starting to get into the Christmas spirit, how about you? It’s that time of year again where I need to get a jump on my Christmas cards. I send out about 60 cards each year and most of them are different (because I get bored easily, lol) so they take a bit of time. Today I thought I would video the creation of this Christmas Window. It was so easy and fun to do, I hope you will head over to my YouTube channel and check it out.
Welcome back to another Art Impressions Watercolor Weekend. We are now at the end of the Fall season and most of the trees here in NH have lost their leaves. I have been doing quite a bit of watercolor paintings with Fall in full bloom, so I thought I would do a Fall Cabin with most of the leaves underneath the trees.
Welcome Back. Today I have a more advanced watercolor Fall Pumpkins tutorial to share with you. We will create this scene using some Fall pumpkins, masking, shading and tree techniques. The video is a little longer than I usually do but there is a lot going on to create this scene.
I love the Fall. The weather, apple and pumpkin picking and of course the foliage. In New England, it’s ALMOST the best season (my favorite is Winter).
Hi, I am using Art Impressions Stone Bridge for today’s project for this weekends’ post for Art Impressions Watercolor Weekend. I just love these stone bridges, don’t you? It reminds me of the one in Central Park NY. It can be used for so many occasions, just add a sentiment.
Who doesn’t love a covered bridge? Well, being from New Hampshire, I love them. When Art Impressions came out with this new watercolor set, I was in love. I also love the trees that come in the set. In this watercolor tutorial, I am going to show you how to make your very own Covered Bridge watercolor project. Continue reading “Watercolor Tutorial – Covered Bridge”