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Let Award-Winning Artist Michael Holter Show You How to Achieve Stunning Results and Bring Depth, Atmosphere, and Emotion to Your Cityscape Paintings!
In this brand-new release, Michael Holter will share his best techniques and incredible insights on how to make your paintings stand out regardless of your level of experience. This is truly a must-have for any serious watercolor artist.
"Paint the Town" is a comprehensive instructional video designed for those who admire the looseness and freshness of watercolor, relish intriguing city scenes, and are keen on learning new techniques and tips.
You’re going to discover key techniques like setting up your composition… breaking down a painting into repeatable steps… and most importantly, adding figures to a scene.
Michael will also review his essential materials, including paper, brushes (such as an inexpensive chip brush and fun Hake brushes), and paints (including opaques and jewel-like quinacridones).
Plus, you'll also learn the importance of sketching and testing out color combinations ahead of time to be better prepared for your painting.
This is a “one-stop shop” video to learn everything there is to know on how to paint a busy cityscape using watercolor successfully.
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Who Is Michael Holter?
Meet Michael Holter, an award-winning American Impressionist artist, who has dedicated his life to the mastery of watercolor and oil painting.
With his impressive artwork featured in private and corporate collections across the US and abroad, Michael has built a strong reputation for his unique and expressive style that effortlessly captures the essence of his subjects.
Drawing from a wealth of experience in both fine and commercial art, Michael has navigated the creative landscape as an art teacher, creative director, and business owner.
Armed with a Bachelor's Degree in Art Education and an MA in Visual Communication, Michael expertly blends his academic background with practical, self-taught techniques inspired by the likes of Charles Reid, Richard Schmid, Burt Silverman, Frank Webb, John Singer Sargent, and Ted Nuttall.
As a member of prestigious organizations such as the Salmagundi Club, and signature member of The American Watercolor Society, The National Watercolor Society, The American Impressionist Society, The Watercolor Honor Society, The Transparent Watercolor Society of America, The Outdoor Painter Society, the Southwestern Watercolor Society, and The Society of Watercolor Artists, Michael's work is widely recognized and celebrated.