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Paint daffodils in watercolour

Paul Talbot-Greaves begins a new monthly series in which he demonstrates how to interpret a variety of painting subjects in just three main parts

NEW SERIES - THREE-PART PAINTINGS

Paul Talbot-Greaves

has been painting for over 20 years and teaches watercolour and acrylic painting, in workshops and demonstrations to art societies throughout the Midlands and the north of England. He has received many accolades and was awarded The Artist Award and the Canson Award at Patchings Art Festival 2017. He can be contacted by email: information@talbotgreaves.co.uk or through his website: www.talbot-greaves.co.uk

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About The Artist

Welcome to our May issue packed with inspiring practical features to help you develop your skills in all media. Watercolourists will love Bob Rudd's invented colour schemes for dramatic landscapes, Amanda Hyatt's five steps to watercolour success, with an exercise to try, Ann Blockley's invitation to inject some magic into your watercolour washes, Paul Talbot-Greaves' deconstruction into three parts of the painting of a daffodil, and Deborah Walker's test report on a new Winsor & Newton watercolour paper. Paul Riley and Julie Collins show how to use pen and wash and ink and watercolour in powerful combinations, while Jo Quigley demonstrates why working en grisaille in acrylics can be so beneficial. Portraitists will learn different ways to obtain a likeness from Ann Witheridge and Will Teather; adapt your sketching kit with ideas from David Parfitt; try painting seascapes in water-mixable oils with Paul Weaver, and more. And don't forget to enter our summer sketching competition with fantastic monthly prizes!