Frequently Asked Questions
1. Who is this course for?
For anyone interested in learning and deepening their practice of watercolours.
This workshop focuses on how I use my brushes to generate all kinds of shapes to paint in my abstract and botanical style.
Beginners will benefit from the introduction to choosing the right supplies and how to go about using them depending on your individual needs.
Intermediate and advanced students will be able to see how I work in my studio, learn more about my signature style, and get new ideas to incorporate into their own styles.
2. In what format is the course? Classes are pre-recorded, so you can take them at your own pace. These classes include optional subtitles in English and Spanish.
3. What is included in this course?
6 lectures in 2.5 hours, including:
- Full list of art supplies with suggestions of where to buy in the USA, UK and Europe
- Anatomy of a brush, how to hold, clean them and thoughts about posture
- Brushstroke practice in the garden
- Project No.1 | Mini Abstract collection, five paintings
- Project No.2 | Creative Garden
- Project No.3 | Wild Wreath
- Project No.4 | Loose Orchid in under 20 minutes painting
For more detailed information on what is included in each project, please see the Curriculum of this class.
4. What if I have a question?
Every lecture has a section for comments that I will be constantly checking and answering.
If I see that there are questions that are repeated frequently, I will add another lecture to answer and provide advice in specific areas.
5. How long will I have access to my course?
From the date of your purchase, you will have unlimited access for two years. If you have not finished your course within this time, just contact me and I will happily make it available again if the course remains active.
6. What materials do I need?
You will find a PDF with a list of supplies and suggestions of where to buy them.
7. What level do I require for this course?
This class is suitable for all levels. If you feel that you don’t need the introduction and theory of the class, you can skip those lectures, but in my experience even advanced students can benefit from watching another artist work using a different style.
8. What is the difference between your in-person and online classes?
My in-person workshops are four hours long and hosted in my studio, where I guide my students to paint one main theme, usually loose florals or botanical moons.
These online master classes are designed to cover a wider range of themes, from the use of supplies, suggestions on how to gather inspiration, the importance of posture, and insights into how I work in my studio, including several demos where you can take a closer look at how I work.