If you want to get good at something, find out how it works.
Students say they’re not good at design, or they don’t understand design...but they do.
Covered in this course:
- How to simplify nature
- Use harmony and contrast to to add excitement to your painting
- The power of light
- Understand value and color
- How to analyze a photograph
- Learn to arrange your values to make your painting readable
Don Andrews is a nationally known watercolor artist and workshop instructor. He is a graduate of
Don is an active member and past board director of the American Watercolor Society. His paintings have received numerous awards in national watercolor competitions, including three awards from the American Watercolor Society.
Don has conducted painting workshops throughout the United States, Canada,
Don is the author of the books, "Interpreting the Figure in Watercolor", "Interpreting the Landscape in Watercolor" and "Rough Sketches: Short Stories of a Traveling Artist". He has also created two DVD workshop sets that are based on what he teaches in a full week workshop: one on painting figures and one set painting landscapes, as well as his DVD, "Making Watercolor Glow" taken from his original video. He is also featured in the Watson Guptill publication "Everything You Ever Wanted to Know about Watercolor" and North Light's book, "Confident Color" and has had numerous feature articles published in American Artist magazine, and the Watercolor issue of American Artist. For more information visit his website at www.donandrewsstudio.com
Seasoned artists and teachers will tell you their big breakthrough came when they began introducing design principles into their paintings.