Watercolor Painting Techniques: Wet Glazing with Jean Pederson

PedersonGrapesFInalIn this art lesson from ArtistsNetwork.tv, watercolor artist Jean Pederson completes a wet-on-wet painting of three grapes, creating rich, juicy watercolor by layering transparent and opaque paint on a wet surface. You will learn exercises for painting wet-on-wet on a vertical surface, allowing you to adjust color and temperature, and to manipulate paint by layering or lifting. Watch and paint along with Jean as she completes a painting, step-by-step, layer-by-layer, of luminous grapes.

You’ll love Jean’s instruction, which makes learning watercolor as fun as it is easy. You’ll love learning her brushstrokes and techniques for a dark background, along with working in a wet medium on a vertical surface, making your watercolor work for you.

Preview Watercolor Techniques: Wet Glazing for:

  • Step-by-step instruction to achieve a complete understanding of wet-into wet watercolor techniques
  • Lessons on how to paint watercolor vertically, on a painting easel
  • Watercolor lessons on brushwork, layering, edges, color mixing, wet-into-wet and more
  • Tips on how to achieve the illusion of form with value
  • Lifting techniques to get back the white and add pure colors
  • Watercolor that is rich and dark

Then visit ArtistsNetwork.tv for access to the materials list, user reviews, and the full-length video.

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