I was inspired whilst watching this video. I think that it’s such an incredible skill in any painting whether it be acrylics, oils or watercolors, to be able to simplify a painting and then just walk away contented. John Hoar is probably one of the most exciting watercolorists in Britain today. His dynamic impressionistic style is based on simplifying the painting process. In this exciting video tutorial John paints on the stunning North Norfolk Coast in and around the picturesque harbour of Blakeney and in the next door village of Cley Next the Sea.
Using only two brushes and five colors, John shows how to strip a scene down to it’s basics and interpret it as a loose dynamic watercolor. Not to be missed.