Shuang Li takes you through exercises to help you simplify the landscape. She’ll show you composition tricks, different ways to control that sometimes persnickety watercolor, and so much more!
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Silence the malicious voice in your head and let your talented and confident inner artist out!
If you’re looking to loosen up your watercolor landscapes but are afraid you’ll lose control of the paint or end up with mud, leave the fear behind with artist and workshop instructor Shuang Li.
Shuang openly shares her own techniques that will give you the freedom to enjoy watercolor as you create paintings that stay fresh and allow you to achieve the expressive results you desire.
It’s all here for you — exercises to help you simplify the landscape, composition tricks, and much more so you’ll have a confident start and a fantastic finished painting that doesn’t have unnecessary details.
Shuang also demonstrates a start-to-finish painting, At the Top.You’ll learn how to use symbolic and suggestive visual expressions so your viewers can interact with your paintings, using their own imagination to fill in details.
Study with Shuang Li and you’ll quickly want to incorporate her techniques into your own work so your paintings become a personal expression.
“I have to experience the location, get a sense of the feeling, and get attracted to the elements. Then, I can do the painting.”
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