Learn to paint pets in loose watercolour Join Lily and I in my studio where I show you how to paint her in my painterly style. Inspired by my pet watercolours which can be seen on mugs and other home accessories, I can help and inspire you to capture your own pet in loose watercolour.…

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My NEW watercolour gift inspired classes are now LIVE! Get your paint brushes ready as I have some VERY exciting news to share with you all! I have been working behind the scenes to create some watercolour classes, just for you. Come and join me now in my studio at Jennifer Rose Gallery, from the…

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How to paint mistletoe in loose watercolour In this creative sketchbook study, I’m going to show you how to paint your very own mistletoe. I have selected a green and blue colour palette to capture the wintry essence this season brings, ensuring to capture the smooth edged, evergreen leaves, and silky white berries on my…

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How to not muddy your watercolours Living close to the South Downs has beautiful scenic benefits, however, the mud is less desirable, and this is also the same when it comes to painting wet-in-wet techniques. Painting loose water colour is a beautiful way to bring your painting to life, but muddy hues aren’t pleasant and…

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Capturing the rich colours of autumn in loose watercolour In this short sketchbook study, I sat somewhere peaceful to work from real life using my sketchbook and paints from my handy travel case to really absorb the atmosphere and relax my mind while capturing the rich colours of the autumnal landscape. I will show you…

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