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The watercolourist's garden

by Jill Bays

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0715399489, Hardcover)

Exploring the garden season by season, this practical book sets out to highlight how the watercolourist can make the best use of the available resources to find inspiration, not just amongst the flowerbeds, but in the fruit, berries and seeds. Painting in the garden allows privacy and peace and quiet, combined with an abundance of natural subjects, and on cooler or wintry days you can creatively use room settings to paint still-lifes. The book includes ideas and suggestions to cover every season and gives practical advice on materials, composition, and recording what you see. It also covers, season by season, specialist techniques, and discusses the typical colours of a season which should be reflected in your palette. There are also suggestions on presenting your work for exhibition or sale.

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