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New Video: Watercolor for Beginners: Window Garden

In Watercolor for Beginners (Episode 16): Window Garden in Watercolor with Jan Fabian Wallake, playing now on Artistsnetwork.tv, Jan uses her easy-to-follow steps to help you paint a scene full of beautiful textures. Follow along with this demonstration to paint a lovely window garden in three easy steps--Jan shares techniques for masking, painting wet into wet, using a thirsty brush to portray light, painting with stencils, color mingling, using salt for a frosty look, and more, for a painting filled with texture and color!

Preview now to paint a window with rays of light shining though and mingle rich color on a terra cotta pot. The visit ArtistsNetwork.tv for access to the full-length version.
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