Tag Archives: Linda Baker

2017 American Watercolor Society

First Friday in Raleigh went out with a whimper because of the impending doom (2 inches of snow) brought on by winter storm Helena.  Artspace closed early and attendance was sparse. Since I was in my studio waiting for patrons I did get a chance to check my tablet.  Of course, I glanced at facebook only to see a post… (more…)

Watercolor Pouring Workshop on August 13th

Watercolor Pouring Workshop with Ryan Fox at Jerry’s Artarama in Raleigh, North Carolina.   Discover the technique of pouring, and layering watercolor paints.  Pouring creates a wide range of colors and creates amazing blending effects. Through design and careful planning, you will learn the technique of preserving areas with masking fluid as you build-up your darker values.    You’ll choose… (more…)

Watercolor pouring workshop- March 20th, 2016

Watercolor Pouring Workshop with Ryan Fox At Waverly Artist Studio in Cary, NC My last workshop in January was wait-listed.  Don’t miss this opportunity to learn a new watercolor technique. To register contact Ryan at: ryan@rfoxphoto.com With an emphasis on design and planning, you will learn the technique of pouring diluted watercolor directly on paper.   Pouring creates a wide range… (more…)

Watercolor Pouring Workshop in Cary, NC- January 31st, 2016 with Ryan Fox

Watercolor Pouring Workshop with Ryan Fox At Waverly Artist Studio in Cary, NC To register contact Ryan at: ryan@rfoxphoto.com   With an emphasis on design and planning, you will learn the technique of pouring diluted watercolor directly on paper.   Pouring creates a wide range of colors and creates amazing blending effects. Through instructor demonstration, you will learn about masking, wetting… (more…)

Poured watercolor- basic explanation

I have been posting a images online of the “poured watercolor” process. Most people have never heard of pouring watercolor and I have been flooded with questions. Here is a basic rundown:   1. Mask your whitest whites with masking fluid (liquid latex). 2. Wait for mask to dry. 3. Spray surface with water. 4. Pour/drip/squirt colors on top of… (more…)