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Terry Harrison's Watercolour Flowers

Handbook / Manual
By: Terry Harrison(Author)
48 pages, colour illustrations
Publisher: Search Press
Terry Harrison's Watercolour Flowers
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In this full-colour book Terry Harrison's Watercolour Flowers, popular author Terry Harrison shows you how to paint flowers and how to use them in larger paintings. Learn how to use watercolour techniques including stippling, masking and more; all explained clearly in simple steps, and accompanied by helpful photographs and useful tips. Soon you will be painting bluebells, poppies, wildflowers and more!

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Terry Harrison became interested in art early on, attending Art School at the age of sixteen. His studies led to a career in graphics, then he became an illustrator, developing his own painting style and perfecting his techniques during evenings and weekends. Demand grew for his paintings and he soon gave up his 'day job' to paint full time. Now he is kept constantly busy with a full schedule of exhibitions, private commissions, demonstrations and painting holidays. His fine art prints are sold in shops and galleries everywhere and he has recently opened a successful art gallery where he displays and sells his paintings.

Handbook / Manual
By: Terry Harrison(Author)
48 pages, colour illustrations
Publisher: Search Press
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