Painting Wildlife in Watercolor


Painting Wildlife in Watercolor by Watson-Guptill at SADC Network. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. Peggy Macnamara, the only artist-in-residence at Chicago's Field Museum, shares her unique ''No-Fear'' approach to capturing all forms of wildlife in living, luminous watercolor. Co-author Marlene Hill Donnelly, Field Museum Scientific Illustrator and third-generation painter, discloses in-depth information on color, paint properties, and design learned over a lifetime of art study and practice. In Painting Wildlife in Watercolor, Peggy demonstrates her singular method, which relies on a gradual


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Peggy Macnamara, the only artist-in-residence at Chicago's Field Museum, shares her unique "No-Fear" approach to capturing all forms of wildlife in living, luminous watercolor. Co-author Marlene Hill Donnelly, Field Museum Scientific Illustrator and third-generation painter, discloses in-depth information on color, paint properties, and design learned over a lifetime of art study and practice. In Painting Wildlife in Watercolor, Peggy demonstrates her singular method, which relies on a gradual layering of washes that eliminates the rigid and disaster-prone formulas of traditional watercolor painting. Peggy and Marlene provide clear and simple instructions for any beginning to advanced artist wanting to know about creating life-like renderings of everything from fur to feathers, along with Peggy's detailed illustrations of a vast range of both familiar and exotic animals.

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Manufacturer:
Watson-Guptill
Category:
Study & Teaching
Release Date:
2003-11-01
EAN:
9780823038695
ISBN:
0823038696
Author:
Array
Publisher:
Watson-Guptill
Publication Date:
2003-11-01
Binding:
Paperback
Item Weight:
1.25 pounds
Item Size:
0.5 x 10.25 x 8.5 inches
Package Weight:
1.26 pounds
Package Size:
8.46 x 0.38 x 10.42 inches

 


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