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SKA Course: Watercolour Brushes


This art course is all about watercolour brushes. We lift the lid on WHAT brushes our professional tutors use, as well as HOW to use them.

Course video length: 1hr 36min | Type: PRINCIPLES | Published: Jul 2023


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During this art course, you will hear tips and techniques from:



John Harrison

John is the founder and host of ShopKeepArty. He did A-level art and graduated in Architecture.





Joe Dowden

Award winning watercolour artist, Joe's landscape and marine paintings hang in Royal Palaces, Government Buildings and Public Institutions around the world. He has authored books in many languages and has presented television programs.



Nial Adams

Nial is an Oil Painter, mostly of landscapes, in both realistic and impressionistic style. Mostly working on stretched canvas with traditional materials, Nial prefers the subtle tones and hues of, what could be described as, the Old Master palette.



Howard Jones

Howard Jones is a full time teaching artist with well over 2000 hours experience in live situation tutoring.


In 2019, Howard was chosen to represent his country at the Slager Gallery in the Netherlands.


 

To compliment our course, here are some of the class and workshop recordings that you can watch, featuring the artists above:


WATCH 1HR CLASSES

Joe Dowden


Nial Adams


Howard Jones


WATCH 2-3HR WORKSHOPS

Joe Dowden


Nial Adams


Howard Jones


WATCH ART SERIES

Howard Jones

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21 de jul. de 2023
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Learned so much about a variety of brushes, their brands, history and the differences between them. The way each artist uses flat, round, rigger, fan, sword, and filbert brushes to create interesting shapes provides valuable insight. Howard Jones' demo made me experiment and explore the brush in different ways that I had not done before. Using not just the tip, but the belly and heel of the brush made interesting shapes, coverage, textures and broken edges. It made my brush strokes so expressive. Superb! A 5/5.

Latha

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