I’ve been painting, drawing, and studying watercolors for well over 30 years.
I’m basically self-taught, although I have taken a number of watercolor workshops from other artist/teachers in various places: California (several), Colorado, Maine. I studied with these Artists: Ken Decker, Robert Landry, Kolan Peterson, Tony Couch, Stephen Quiller, Richard Scott, and Timothy J. Clark.
Check out my work, if you like, right here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/21521891@N06/sets/72157603373191723/
My goal with this blog is to include some of the best available advice on watercolor painting. A lot of what I will share I have learned from other artists (and I will endeavor to give proper credit!) and some is of my own invention–usually out of necessity or after making mistakes! In other words, in the process of learning.
I have included video clips that show various ways watercolor is successfully done. I will be including more soon (maybe even some demonstrations of how NOT to do it :). Also there will be photos of my paintings, worthwhile links, favorite artists, recommendations re good books or DVDs on or close to the subject, and probably even more, like a journal of my own studies and progress at my ongoing life-long learning activities.