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Beginners

DVDs especially suited to beginners.
SHIRLEY TREVENA

There can be few watercolor painters today in the UK with the influence of Shirley Trevena R.I. Her style is immediately recognizable and mixes her skills...

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Jake Winkle demonstrates his exciting style of watercolor painting in this new DVD where he shows how to paint wild animals that are really alive! There...

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STEVE HALL

One of the most influential teachers of watercolour painting in the last half century in the UK was the late Edward Wesson - 1910-1983. Sadly "Ted" as he...

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Ann Blockley is a truly imaginative and exciting painter famed for her ravishing, colorful flower paintings. Now she tackles landscapes painted in the same...

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MITCH WAITE

Mitch Waite has devised a complete course covering all areas of painting in acrylics, available on two DVDs. 180 minutes APV Films

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JAMES WILLIS

Learn the basics of successful oil painting in this art instruction DVD with British artist James Willis. 90 min Town House Films

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Jean Haines is back with her second DVD for Town House Films demonstrating her passion for watercolor painting. In this two hour DVD she reveals her...

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Soraya French's vibrant and exciting style has made her one of the most in-demand teachers of acrylic painting in the UK today. Acrylic paints, in...

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JAKE WINKLE

Jake Winkle turns conventional watercolor theory on its head in this exciting new DVD. Painters are often taught to start with the palest washes and build up to the darkest darks. Jake teaches the exact opposite.

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STEVE HALL

In this DVD Steve Hall, a wonderful loose and fluid watercolour painter who has co-written two books on Ted Wesson, returns to one of Ted's old haunts Walberswick on the Suffolk coast to demonstrate the magic of Ted's painting technique. 88 minutes Town House Films

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RON RANSON

Ron shows us how to use photographs in a creative manner, emphasizing that they should not be slavishly copied.

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BRIAN RYDER

Artist Brian Ryder shows in five demonstrations how straightforward and rewarding oil painting can be.

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