Friday, February 10, 2012

FOR BEGINNERS TO WATERCOLOR - AND FOR THOSE WHO NEED A REFRESHER

U.K. watercolorist, Maggie Latham, is sharing tutorials about color on her blog.  If you want to learn or or need to refresh your learning, go over and check out Maggie's posts.  You may want to add Maggie to your blog sidebar or favorites so you can return for all of the lessons.

Thanks, Maggie,
for being so generous
with your knowledge
and sharing this with all of us. 

(For those of you who don't know, Maggie was the "instigator" of the 100 Washes blog that had us all drooling over the group effort of several wonderful watercolorists as they spent a year creating watercolor washes.)

7 comments:

hw (hallie) farber said...

Thanks, Rhonda. Evidently, Google's not allowing me to sign up as a follower today. Maybe tomorrow.

Studio at the Farm said...

Thank you. I've joined Maggie's site. Looks like very, very good information.

Maggie Latham said...

Hi Rhonda, such kind words! Thank you for sharing the link to my blog......

RH Carpenter said...

Sorry you're having google gremlins today, Hallie. Don't worry about signing up as a follower - I have your blog in my sidebar so keep in touch that way :)

Studio, thanks for signing up as a follower - you'll be featured soon! Yes, Maggie's generous teaching will be a benefit to a lot of us - new and oldtimers at watercolor. And I have to admit, I just love color swatches and charts! ha ha

Maggie, you are most welcome - and thank you for sharing the love of watercolor!!

Jeanette said...

Thanks for sharing the link Rhonda. Colour work is a never ending journey for all of us and great to have something leading the way.

CrimsonLeaves said...

Thank you, Rhonda!

RH Carpenter said...

You're welcome, Jeanette and Sherry - whether you do the exercises or just follow along and enjoy the postings, it's a good refresher :)