$55.97Video Length: 3 Hours 30 Minutes
Dear Friends, If you are an oil painter secretly harboring interest in watercolor, then we have found the watercolor painter for you. New Zealand artist Susan Harrison-Tustain has produced two video programs that are absolutely wonderful for the beginning, intermediate and advanced watercolorists. Although her work appears deceptively difficult, she approaches it in such a way as to make it totally understandable for the rank beginner, building layer upon layer of beautiful color washes to create these in-depth works.
Join this internationally acclaimed watercolor artist as she applies her "naturalistic realism" techniques to portrait painting. Look over her shoulder and follow step by step--all the way from stretching paper through to fine-tuning.
This 2-disc video set is a compilation of Susan Harrison-Tustain's 2 best-selling videos: "Glorious Garden Flowers in Watercolor" and "One-on-One Watercolor Breakthroughs." It also includes an exquisite new gallery and slideshow featuring Susan's latest work. PLUS a bonus 33 minutes tutorial demonstrating the essence of Susan's unique "naturalistic realism" style of watercolor painting. If you've ever wanted to see how beautiful, realistic florals in watercolor are created, this is the video for you.
All that and more is available to you in this art instructional workshop featuring master teacher Susan Harrison-Tustain. Throughout the course, students will be able to take advantage of over three hours of instruction and demonstrations regarding Harrison-Tustains signature style of watercolor painting.
The art instructional series focuses on the task of creating Glorious Garden Flowers and is a useful companion to Susan Harrison-Tustain's internationally best-selling book, also titled Glorious Garden Flowers in Watercolor. During this first lesson, Harrison-Tustain carefully guides workshop participants through an exquisite study of the rose Sally Holmes.
Students will learn the essential techniques required to produce stunning, detailed watercolor paintings of their own. In the second video of this art instructional series, focused on Watercolor Breakthroughs, Harrison-Tustain demonstrates how her best watercolor techniques, time-tested methods and favorite palette can be used to realistically portray any subject at all. Many students report that this video helps provide answers for many of the frequently asked questions with regard to watercolor painting. Harrison-Tustain demonstrates her four essential elements for creating three dimensional forms using a self-portrait of her own hands.