with Susie Murphie on Saturday Sept 14 2013.
Susie says “In my workshops I always concentrate on the actual application of the paint. It is so important to be able to control the tonal value of the medium and have an idea what you have on your brush before you commit to paper. To me, watercolour looks best if it is put down once, allowed to run together a bit and convey an impression of something rather than a photographic image. A also believe in keeping your colour palette quite limited. Less is SO much more when it comes to watercolour. And, you’ve got to leave bits of white paper showing. And always, the priority is the transparency of the paint. Easy! I will show you how.”
Your can download Susie’s material material list here.