Watercolor Painting Books

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Order Watercolor: Pocket Studio
Watercolor : Pocket Studio (Pocket Studio)
by Ian Sidaway. Hardcover, 48 pages. This kit includes a 48-page instruction book, one HB pencil, one brush, eightpan watercolors, one tube watercolor, one water bottle, six mixing wells, and 16 perforated sheets of watercolor paper. 50 color illustrations.

 


Order Watercolor Basics : Let's Get Started (Watercolor Basics)

Watercolor Basics : Let's Get Started (Watercolor Basics)
by Jack Reid. Paperback, 128 pages.

 


Order Watercolor Basics : Perspective Secrets (Watercolor Basics)

Watercolor Basics : Perspective Secrets (Watercolor Basics)
by Philip W. Metzger. Paperback, 128 pages. Phil Metzger presents simple secrets for creating depth and realism in a painting--from the basic rules of linear perspective to size and space variations, overlapping, aerial perspective and other techniques. Step-by-step demonstrations show how to apply the principles to a variety of subjects.

 


Order Watercolor Painter's
Pocket Palette

Watercolor Painter's Pocket Palette
by Moira Clinch. Hardcover.

 


Order Watercolor Painting Techniques

Watercolor Painting Techniques
by David Lewis, Wendon Blake. Paperback, 144 pages. Generously illustrated in color throughout, Watercolor Painting Techniques covers everything from your basic palette to capturing even subtle textures in watercolor. For both the beginning and intermediate watercolor artist, Watercolor Painting Techniques shows you the methods of top professionals and how you can use them to create your own successful paintings. 200 color plates.

 


Order Learning to Paint:
Mixing Watercolors
(Barron's Art Guides)

 

Learning to Paint: Mixing Watercolors (Barron's Art Guides)
by Parramon's Editorial Team. Paperback, 64 pages. This latest Barron's Learning to Paint Series volume provides students with practical guidelines and clear instructions for using watercolors to produce every color the human eye can perceive. They begin with three primary colors--yellow, blue, and red. Thereafter, students can produce the secondary and tertiary colors, which cover the full visible light spectrum. Illustrated throughout.

 


Order No More Wishy-
Washy Watercolor

 

No More Wishy-Washy Watercolor
by Margaret M. Martin. Hardcover, 128 pages. In this unique and compelling guide, Margaret Martin teaches five strategies artists can use to get out of the wishy-washy rut and start painting vibrant, dramatic watercolors. Step-by-step demonstrations and exercises show how to paint a variety of popular subjects with new confidence and conviction.

 


Order Painting Beautiful Watercolors from Photographs

Painting Beautiful Watercolors from Photographs
by Jan Kunz. Hardcover, 128 pages.

 


Order Painting Flowers in Watercolor With
Louise Jackson

 

Painting Flowers in Watercolor With Louise Jackson
by Louise Jackson. Paperback, 128 pages. Highly recommended for beginner or intermediate watercolor artist with step-by-step instructions and projects.

 


Order Painting Fresh Florals in Watercolor

 

Painting Fresh Florals in Watercolor
by Arleta Pech. Hardcover, 128 pages. Learn to control watercolor and achieve realistic images with three dimensional form by glazing.

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