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Wild Flowers in Watercolour

Handbook / Manual
By: Wendy Tait(Author)
48 pages, 150 colour illustrations
Publisher: Search Press
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The Art Handbooks provide the best in art tuition in a small, handy format, covering all the major aspects of painting and drawing in various media. There is excellent advice on what materials are needed and on basic techniques, followed by step-by-step demonstrations with clear photographs of each stage and easy to follow instructions. The titles have previously been published in our larger format Leisure Arts series, best-sellers over many years. Wendy Tait's invaluable guide shows how to capture the fragile beauty of wild flowers in watercolour. Learn how to develop the delicate touch needed to achieve subtle yet convincing results. Clear, step-by-step projects include honeysuckle, wild roses and an exuberant bunch of mixed flowers.

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Biography

Wendy Tait studied at the Joseph Wright School of Art. She now teaches watercolour painting to adults, runs residential courses and often gives demonstrations to Art Societies. She produces designs for publication as greetings cards, and in 1998 was commissioned by the Jersey government to produce a series of autumn flower paintings for postage stamps. She has also written articles and produced illustrations for specialist art magazines.

Handbook / Manual
By: Wendy Tait(Author)
48 pages, 150 colour illustrations
Publisher: Search Press
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