I have written several times about my experiences with teaching senior citizens’ watercolor classes but I have gotten so many follow-up questions that I decided to answer some of them here in more detail.
Beginning watercolor painters can paint a desert sunset landscape with these simple instructions. Includes a step-by-step video. You will need two brushes and four colors of paint for this striking watercolor.
My work with senior citizens has given me a few insights into some special needs. While working with them, I encountered a variety of problems they face daily.
For years I avoided watercolor because I believed the talk: Watercolor is HARD. This just isn’t so. I have a few simple tips and techniques to help you discover the beauty of watercolor for yourself.
#17 of 100 -- I'm catching up! Please do not indulge in conspicuous consumption by purchasing a beautiful Kolinsky Sable watercolor brush that could last you a lifetime, particularly in those large sizes that run over $100 for a single brush, and...
Artists are always looking for ways to touch up, and fix those less than perfect paintings. Here are three ways to upgrade and repair those otherwise discarded watercolor paintings.
Award winning artist, Rosemary Connelly, discusses watercolor journaling, travel journaling and nature journaling. Includes photos of her art work.
Frank Clarke watercolor brushes are special brushes preferred by many watercolor artists for their fine natural bristles and quality workmanship
The elderly benefit greatly from offering watercolor classes so they can explore their creativity and improve their dexterity. Here are a few questions and answers I received about the classes I offered for senior citizens.
Starting an art therapy class in watercolor for senior citizens can be daunting. I have a few helpful hints and projects that may give you a kickstart to begin.