You will love this watercolor book if:
- You are wanting to learn how to paint with watercolors
- You are looking to refine your watercolor techniques
- You want to perfect or create your own signature style in art
Learn the art of seeing and transform the everyday landscape into beautiful watercolor paintings! With Painting Beautiful Watercolor Landscapes you’ll develop your own signature style while becoming increasingly comfortable with watercolor medium.
Start your watercolor exploration with getting to know the basics. Discover the methods for capturing and recording your inspiration and finding the right tools and materials for painting. Practice techniques like glazing, color mixing, creating texture and more. Learn essential concepts like the elements and principles of design for creating strong visually appealing artwork. Finally add fine details to make the watercolor painting distinctly yours. With the help of author Joyce Hicks you will be painting with freedom and confidence as you slow down and discover the beauty all around.
In Painting Beautiful Watercolor Landscapes you’ll find:
- 12 step-by-step projects to develop your signature watercolor style
- 128 pages with 250 color images for inspiration
- How-to instruction for both beginners and intermediate artists
A Word from the Author
“I wanted to write this book so I could share the principles and concepts that were most important in accelerating my artistic growth. I wanted to share my simple techniques for deconstructing the landscape and to show how even the most ordinary scene can be transformed into an extraordinary one.” –Joyce Hicks
About the Author
Joyce Hicks resides in Lantana, Texas, where she shares a light-filled home with her husband, Larry, and little dog, Sassie. She keeps a busy calendar traveling, writing, juroring exhibitions and conducting watercolor workshops throughout the United States and internationally. She’s a self-taught, award-winning Signature Member of the prestigious American Watercolor Society. Her paintings are widely published and appear in Art Journey America: Landscapes, Splash 12, Splash 13 and Splash 15 published by North Light Books, and Watercolor Painting by Tom Hoffmann. Out Santa Rosa Creek Road appeared on the cover of Watercolor Artist magazine, which also included a full-length feature story about her work and travel. Her sunny landscapes are easily recognizable and reflect her unique perception of the world.
Saying it with Color
Rediscovering Your Idea
Using the Elements and Principles of Designs
About the Author