Pre-Sale: Lessons Release December 5, 2021
On a sunny day, the winter world is beautiful and in this painting lesson, you can paint along with Angela Fehr as she develops a winter landscape scene from a reference photo. Learn the strategies that will help you plan out a painting, starting with a value sketch, notan and color sketch, and then paint along as Angela walks you through each layer of the painting, explaining what to focus on in each layer so you don't get lost in the woods!
A successful watercolor painting owes a lot to timing, and in this lesson, Angela shows clearly each stage of development and problem solving as the painting comes to life, allowing space for beautiful flow and a few "happy accidents" along the way!
If you're working to develop your watercolor technique in painting landscape scenes, you know that copying another artist's painting, step by step is a great way to improve your technical skills and get inside information on how an experienced artist moves through the painting process. There are no wrong answers in watercolor, just experiments, and the fun is in developing your ability to adapt to the painting as it evolves! Join Angela's journey through this process in "Winter Walk in Watercolor."
Includes Bonus Lesson: A Negative Painting Exercise, Holiday Wreath in Watercolor
Peace. Passion. Purpose. What better tools could an artist bring to the studio?
Since 2013, this is the message that artist Angela Fehr has shared through her online watercolor courses and in her Fearless Artist Community. Over the last several years, this northern Canadian artist has seen her message that “You can become your own favorite artist” empower artists from all over the world, creating a career that feels like a dream come true.
Angela’s heart-led, intuitive watercolor style is one that recognizes that a beautiful painting comes out of a beautiful process. Rather than striving for that perfect outcome, freedom is found in letting go of expectations and seeking to enjoy “this one moment” spent painting. Angela’s paintings reflect her love of nature and the northern region she calls home and loves to explore.