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Abstract Peony Watercolour Tutorial

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This tutorial all about getting creative no matter your skill level. I think we have so much to gain by investing in our lives in a creative and artistic way. So let’s paint some abstract, loose and lovely watercolor flowers. Creativity is play, anyone can do it!

 

In this prerecorded class. I will break down painting Peony flowers into easy, simple step-by-step watercolour techniques. You can do it if you are a beginner or if you are more experienced.

 

This class is prerecorded on YouTube and is under 40mins. You will be able to pause it as you go and will come away with something that you are really proud of. (I promise!)

When you book your class, you will be emailed a YouTube link which you can watch anytime.

 

 

Materials:

 

For this class, I recommend that you invest in a good quality brush, watercolour paper and some watercolour paints:

 

1 x Size 6 round brush, or the nearest to it.

1 x Pan of watercolours (or tubes of watercolours)

1 x A3 pad of watercolour paper

Scrap paper to test the colours

Kitchen roll or loo roll

A jar or mug of water

 

Click on the links below for suggested materials, or you can use your own watercolour materials if you have them already.

 

https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B07BMC4F4Y/ref=cm_sw_r_wa_apa_fabc_BWK24YK11

 

Winsor & Newton 390640 Water Colour Paint, 12 x Half Pan Sketchers’ Pocket Box: Amazon.co.uk: Kitchen & Home

 

Daler Rowney Aquafine aquarelle artists watercolour SMOOTH pad A3 hot pressed: Amazon.co.uk: Business, Industry & Science

 

https://store.evansartsupplies.ie/product/20523/Veneto-325gsm-50x65cm/

 

 

Customer Reviews

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A great form of active relaxation

I treated myself to this tutorial and some watercolours as a relaxing activity to do during a few days off work. It was perfect, no complicated equipment and an easy to follow tutorial which encouraged me to be creative. I paused the video and played and rewound as I pleased. The instructions were great and I was really happy with my finished attempt, while no quite as beautiful as Caroline's it was a great start. I'd highly recommend the tutorial for anyone with a creative streak looking for a relaxing activity.

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R.C.
Wonderful water colour class

I was so excited to start this watercolour class for beginners. Caroline is a great Artist and Art teacher. She guided me every step of the way in her very professional approach. She gave very clear technical pointers on how to hold your brush, brush strokes, paint coverage, composition of the piece and lots of encouragement.
I felt very prepared for the class with the advanced information about resources needed for the class and where you could purchase them.
I painted my first ever watercolour of abstract peonies guided by a very gifted artist and I showed it to my mum and she said she would love to keep it and frame it so I have it framed to give to her for Mother’s Day.
This was such a joyful experience, very mindful and soulful stuff. I really enjoyed the therapeutic nature of the lesson.
I found Caroline’s lesson easy to rewind and forward to different parts to help with the execution of the piece very helpful. I could go at my own pace and revisit it at my leisure too which was wonderful.
I have been inspired by Caroline to continue my water colour journey and I have painted another 5 water colours.
I will definitely enrol in the next water colour class by Caroline as she was a very gifted and positive teacher.

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D.P.
Abstract Peony watercolour tutorial.

Really enjoyed this class. It is very easy to follow and very clear. Caroline has a lovely, friendly and relaxed style of presentation. The video is bright and professionally made, can be stopped and started to suit the learner. Really enjoyed it and have watched it several times.

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