COURSE STARTS 11 OCTOBER 2021
This course, aimed primarily at Southern Hemisphere students where it is now Spring, is accessible to all due to the inclusion to the reference photos.
Three comprehensive tutorials focusing on how to depict Spring flowers - tulips, daffodils and irises - in watercolour.
This course has two tiers: Standard and Masterclass. There are unlimited Standard course places whereas Masterclass places, which includes personal tutor advice and feedback, are limited.
Each tutorial includes:
- 50-65 minute video.
- Reference photos.
- Exercise suggestions.
- Discussion area to post work-in-progress and finished paintings (optional) for peer to peer advice and support.
- Personal tutor advice and support MASTERCLASS STUDENTS ONLY.
The tutorials are delivered over three weeks with a further three weeks to revisit tutorials and complete projects. You can work at your own pace over the six weeks, after which access to the course expires.
*If you have taken part in any of my previous longer courses, be aware that this format is different (ie there are no named folders or tutor feedback for Standard students).
Julia Trickey is an award winning UK botanical artist and experienced tutor, whose glowing watercolours depict the beauty and detail of nature.
She has been painting botanical watercolours for over twenty years, has exhibited all around the world and has received numerous awards for her botanical watercolours including four RHS gold medals. Her British Flora illustrations have been seen on Royal Mail Post & Go stamps.
Julia is an experienced tutor, teaching regular classes in the beautiful historic English city of Bath as well as leading workshops for botanical art groups a far afield as Moscow, New York and Transylvania. She has written practical articles for national magazines as well as self-published various botanical art resources (available through her Etsy shop).
The tutorials here are based on botanical watercolour theories and ideas developed over many years, for these classes and groups.