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>> Watercolor - Tony Couch, GF Brommer, Bob Fagan, Chris Unwin


Watercolor: Tony Couch

Painting Streams, Rocks & Trees in Watercolor
Tony Couch

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Painting Barns in Watercolor
Tony Couch

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Watercolor: G.F. Brommer

Exploring Color from Location to Studio Watercolor
GF Brommer

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Watercolor: Bob Fagan

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Watercolor Painting (1995)
Bob Fagan

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Watercolor: Chris Unwin

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Loosen Up & Let it Flow
3 Volume Set - $199.00 U.S. + $6.00 s/h
Individual Volumes - $69.50 + 3.50 s/h each

A complete watercolor workshop. Includes demos of floral, collage, abstract, still life, and landscape painting plus critiques of student's work. Consists of three volumes, each 1 * hours long and includes critiques of actual student's work done at Chris' Taos, New Mexico and Tucson, Arizona workshops. The video workshop is suitable for all levels of painters. It begins with basic watercolor techniques and quickly moves to more advanced techniques. The student is prompted to stop the video and try each technique at the end of each lesson. The student benefits from the critiques of other students work when they see how other students interpreted the lessons. It's almost like being present at a live workshop.

REVIEW: The Arist's Magazine:
"Loosen Up and Let It Flow, by Chris Unwin. This video series provides an opportunity for you to "attend" a marvelously liberating watercolor workshop. In this particular class, Chris Unwin expresses her feeling that most artists are predominantly right brained and need to loosen up to free their creative power. But don't be alarmed: You won't need to throw paint around the studio. Instead, Unwin has created a series of simple exercises such as brush-writing your name in water to help you loosen up your watercolors. Methodically and with a sense of fun and excitement, Unwin gives you basic techniques and projects. Because this is a workshop setting, the students in the video ask questions, and Unwin answers."


 

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