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Street Scene Watercolor Demo

The Demo

This is a watercolor demo by Tim Wilmot. It’s a full demo from planning to drawing and painting the full watercorlor.
In this demo you will find typical elements like buildings, people, cars, and shadows the key for contrast in this demo. Tim Wilmot intends to show wet in wet, negative painting and dry brushstrokes playing the role in that painting.

 

This is a demo you can find in Youtube

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Watercolor Demo by Fabio Cembranelli

Pansy

This is the name of this demo done by well known watercolorist Fabio Cembranelli.
Each time Mr. Cembranelli present a demo is an opportunity to learn how to deal with this difficult subject as flowers are.

In Cembranelli hands it seems to be so “natural”. This watercolor was painted on Moulin du Roy ( made by Canson), 300gr (140lb), grain fin.
Enjoy it. You can find this video on Cembranelli Youtube channel.

A wonderful beginning for this 2017

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From Poland to the World

Michał Jasiewicz

Michał Jasiewicz is an Architect and Watercolorist from Poland.
He says architect by profession and watercolorist by passion, and his works really show passion for art and watercolor technique.

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Watercolor Michał Jasiewicz

Watercolor Michał Jasiewicz

Being also son of an architect, drawing was always in his life. But his watercolors show much more than a good drawing, show composition, freshness, some abstraction and a deep knowledge of watercolor techniques.

Watercolor Michał Jasiewicz

Watercolor Michał Jasiewicz

Some paintings are more “tonalist” and other “colorist” but there is a regonizable style we can see in his works. And he has a very extensive quality production.

The blue color seems to play an important role in many of his works in our opinion, maybe due to the climate in Poland.

Watercolor Michał Jasiewicz

Watercolor Michał Jasiewicz

He began painting seriously 10 years ago. He run workshops during 2015 and 2016 (in France and Poland) having already announced workshops for 2017 in France and Spain. You can look at his website for dates and new workshops.

Michał Jasiewicz tells us he works in studio most the time. He says “In our climate this is the only chance to paint daily.
Moreover – as a father – I have some duties along the day and quite often painting in night is the only option for me.”

Watercolor Michał Jasiewicz

Watercolor Michał Jasiewicz

Anyway we could see Michał Jasiewicz painting on location during his workshops and enjoying that.
He has several solo and group exhibitions both in Poland and abroad.

We strongly recommend visiting his website http://www.michaljasiewicz.com/ and taking into account his facebook posts.

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