By: Daphne Hicks (Author)
112 pages, 186 colour illustrations
The characteristics of watercolour naturally complement botanical art and this beautiful book shows you how to make the most of this versatile medium. It starts by guiding you through the complexities of painting flowers, with advice on materials and colour mixing, using colour to achieve translucency and clarity, building confidence with step-by-step examples and the importance of observation and botancial accuracy. It then creates detailed and beautiful compositions for the more experienced botanical artist. This new book has ideas and tips on composition and how to include animal life and is structured by season to include a range of flowers and plants.
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Daphne Hicks is a passionate and enthusiastic botanical artist. She is an experienced tutor, and regularly exhibits and writes about her work. She is inspired by the natural shapes and textures of the botanical world.
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