Birds the Watercolor Art Pad: 15 Avian Artworks for You to Paint

Emma Faull (Author)
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Description

This stunning guide with original artworks by Emma Faull will enable painters of all abilities to create exquisite watercolour paintings of birds.
Even beginners will be able to produce beautiful watercolour paintings of birds with the help of the guided projects in this book.
Fifteen original artworks by acclaimed artist Emma Faull have been reproduced as outlines on high-quality watercolour paper, so that you can achieve beautiful results and enjoy the relaxing practice of watercolour painting.
At the front of the book, you'll find inspiration in Emma's original artworks, as well as the recommended colour palettes to use. You'll also find advice from the artist on how to get started and guidance on professional watercolour techniques.
To get started, simply choose an outline on watercolour paper and pull it out of the book, then follow the artist's step-by-step advice on creating beautiful watercolours and use the gallery of finished artworks as a guide. The professional paper will also work beautifully with other media, such as acrylic paint, artists' pencils and art brush or marker pens.
Includes the following birds: European Goldfinch Peacock HummingbirdAmerican Blue JayWoodpecker Wren Mandarin DuckGolden Eagle
...and more.

Product Details

Price
$19.99  $18.39
Publisher
Mitchell Beazley
Publish Date
May 07, 2019
Pages
56
Dimensions
8.1 X 11.6 X 0.5 inches | 1.15 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781784725822
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About the Author

Emma Faull is a watercolour painter of birds who captures the detail and immediacy of birds in the wild, particularly endangered species. She has exhibited her work worldwide with more than 20 solo shows. Her paintings are in many permanent collections, including the Audubon Society in the USA, the National Museum of Athens and more than a dozen with Queen Elizabeth and the Duke of Edinburgh. Emma has had many successful exhibitions since 1998 at the Tryon Gallery in London. She continues to work on endangered species for the Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust in Jersey where she lives.