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Kate Osborne in print

Kate Osborne

Published in Chicken and Egg My new book has arrived

Posted on March 17, 2015 Andy Cawthray-James Hermes
Yesterday’s post delivery saw the arrival (pre-release) of my new book.

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RonnieBirks

Problem Solving Tips for Mixing Browns in Watercolours

Browns and greens are my two problem children. I constantly get asked how to ‘fix’  either one or the other in my classes.  In the past, I have passed out a   “Browns – Cheat Sheet 5  Solutions”   List    which is really quite simple and fast. 413 more words

Colour

Stunning Artwork of Nicola Colbran Freeman

http://www.colbran.co.uk/

http://www.bgallery.co.uk/artist-profile.asp?artistid=593

Inspired by light, nature and my travels.

I paint in a variety of mediums.  Oil being my favourite, however I also work in watercolour and pastel. 158 more words

Abstract

This watercolour started out to be a more or less realistic rendering of a tree trunk. Somewhere along the way  realism was forgotten and I had fun.

Watercolours

Marilyn Allis's Watercolour Workshops April 2015

Watercolour Workshops
People aren’t Scary watercolour 23rd April
Big Brush watercolour  24th April (3 places left)
Complicated Scenes Simplified watercolour 25th April (2 places left) 73 more words

Soothing Seascapes

Various medical appointments and tests finds us taking the ferry from Gabriola to Nanaimo and back on a regular basis. It’s a twenty minute ride and an hour’s wait in the line up. 29 more words

Nature

Tony Taylor's Stunning Landscapes

http://www.bgallery.co.uk/artist-profile.asp?artistid=424

http://www.paintingbreaksguernsey.com/

Tony painted in oils for many years but it was not until he retired in 1991 that he took up watercolours seriously. Since then, he has taught this medium at the College of Further Education, run his own Winter Evening Classes and Week-end Workshops, given demonstrations to local groups and societies, as well as provide work for his annual exhibitions. 199 more words