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30 Minute Artist Painting Flowers in Watercolour

ISBN 9781844488261
Publisher Search Press
Format BC Paperback
Dimensions 155mm x 215mm
Page Extent 96
Pub Date March 2013

Description
Do you want to paint quick, loose watercolours? Expert watercolourist, Fiona Peart, shares her tips and techniques for producing quick and effective paintings of beautiful flowers in half an hour; ideal for those short on time but high on enthusiasm!

Table of Contents

  • Essential painting skills conveyed through quick, lively studies
  • Expert art tuition from a renowned artist
  • 10 varied and beautiful step-by-step demonstrations

About the Author
Fiona Peart is a professional artist and fully qualified art tutor, specialising in watercolour and drawing techniques. She runs popular workshops, gives talks and presentations to various art groups, and also demonstrates at art shows and exhibitions throughout the UK. She writes regularly for The Artist, Leisure Painter and StartArt magazines, as well as contributing articles and features to national magazines, and has produced several DVDs on watercolour and coloured pencils. For more information visit www.fionapeart.com

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