Imaging is the technique that enables one to recall visual elements. Artist, teacher, and author, Gerald Brommer demonstrates ways to construct paintings from such images in Imaging in Watercolor with Gerald Brommer. Gerald builds a painting from stored, remembered imagery and sketches of the countryside around Oaxaca, Mexico.
In this art video, aspiring artists can follow his basic process of identifying and sketching recalled images, designing and composing these elements in sketch form, and building a composition from one of these designs.
Gerald Brommer is an innovative watercolor and acrylic painter, collagist, teacher, author and juror. He has written and edited more than 20 books for high school and college art classes. For artists, he has written a book on landscape painting and several books on collage. He has produced ten video programs for middle and high school art and four videos for practicing artists. His work is in over 4200 private and corporate collections in 44 states and eight countries overseas. After 26 years of teaching high school art, he continues to teach art workshops nationally and internationally.
60 minute art instruction video.
|Run Time||60 min.|
|Author / Artist||Gerald Brommer|
|Subject||Art Education and Instruction, Art Reference, Painting, Painting Techniques and Materials, Still Lifes and Floral Painting|