This video shows Trevor Waugh doing what he does best in watercolor painting- …florals. With an entertaining and energetic approach Waugh deliberately and structurally takes to the paper with a variety of brushes to come to an eventual unveiling of a classic floral painting. This video tutorial is accompanied by an original soundtrack also composed by the artist Trevor Waugh, and creates a very relaxing painting experience. Follow his techniques and you won’t go far wrong. Pay attention to his color choices and in which order the watercolors are applied. Beautiful stuff.
This video is a still frame slideshow featuring some of Jack Vettriano’s best paintings.
Born in Fife, Scotland in 1951, Jack Vettriano left school at sixteen to become a mining engineer. For his twenty-first birthday, a girlfriend gave him a set of watercolour paints and, from then on, he spent much of his spare time teaching himself to paint.
In 1989, he submitted two paintings to the Royal Scottish Academyís annual exhibition; both were accepted and sold on the first day. The following year, an equally enthusiastic reaction greeted the three paintings, which he entered for the prestigious Summer Exhibition at Londonís Royal Academy and his new life as an artist began from that point on.
Quite simply this art video is a series of paintings brought together in a slideshow to form an abstract montage. Some people think abstract art can be seen as an easy way out and require not as much technical ability as traditional art.
Well I believe those people are wrong because not only has abstract art been going for longer than traditional art it also comes in such a variety different forms. Sculpture, paintings, multi media, digital and the list goes on. This artist has focused on paintings with a little bit of an attitude and created some very†psychedelic marbling techniques with what seems to be an acrylic paint composite. Sit back and enjoy the display.