Interpreting the Landscape in Watercolor, by Don Andrews, is filled with painting demonstrations and gorgeous color throughout. This art book isn't geared toward a specific level of achievement, rather students at all levels will benefit from this practical method of creating a vibrant watercolor painting. Learn to loosen up, organize nature, utilize light and negative space and paint believable figures in your landscapes.
Includes five chapters with 20 concise demonstrations that cut through color theory to give you a logical understanding of color and granulation you'll use the rest of your painting life.
160 pages, hardback art instruction book.
|Author / Artist||Don Andrews|
|Subject||Art Education and Instruction, Art Reference, Landscapes and Nature, Painting Techniques and Materials, Watercolors|