Learn Painting Realistic Watercolors from MARIO ANDRES ROBINSON

15 Apr
Mario Andres Robinson, Transition, water color on paper, 22"x16", currently available at Morton Fine Art

Mario Andres Robinson, Transition, water color on paper, 22″x16″, currently available at Morton Fine Art

 

Learn realist techniques every watercolorist should know! Join Mario Robinson as he shares the secrets to radiant watercolor works. Establish your subject’s light, middle and dark values with a tonal underdrawing. Learn proper techniques for stretching your paper to achieve a pristine surface. Create symmetrical features and mass big shapes using intuition to achieve a more natural appearance. Work through a monotone wash, explore water manipulation and work wet into wet for optical color mixing. Finally, build form and dimension into your watercolor with a special drybrush technique. Discover the keys to luminous, expressive watercolor paintings today!

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Mario Robinson, Instructor of Painting Realistic Watercolors

Mario Robinson developed his realist style while studying at the prestigious Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, New York. Moved by the works of Rembrandt, Vermeer and Degas, Robinson himself is now considered a master watercolorist. He is an exhibiting artist member of The National Arts Club, an artist member of The Salmagundi Club and a signature member of The Pastel Society of America. His work has been featured in various publications, including The Artist’s Magazine and American Art Collector, and on the cover of American Artist magazine. He has been named one of the top 20 realist artists under the age of 40.

More than 100 artists are currently enrolled!  For more information please visit the following link:

http://www.craftsy.com/class/painting-realistic-watercolors/3978?uo=4.8.2014-blog&_ct=4.8-sbqii-hekdtkf-rbew&_ctp=3978

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