Draw this wonderful hummingbird with Deborah Ann Kirkeeide. She will take you through the process step by step.
Join Deborah Ann Kirkeeide creating a pencil drawing of Salt Shaker. The materials you will need is a pencil, paper, eraser and tissue for blending.
Join MaryLeah Marshall as she shows you how to create a marvelous watercolor dragonfly. The materials you will need are 140lb cold press watercolor paper, watercolor round brush watercolor pans, tubes or liquid.
Watch how Deborah Ann Kirkeeide takes you through the process of a pencil drawing of a feather. Materials you will need is pencil, eraser and drawing paper.
MaryLeah Marshall takes you through step by step to create your own summer lakefront watercolor. Materials you will need; 140lb cold pressed watercolor paper, watercolor pans or tubes, watercolor round and flat brush.
Tardar Sauce, is a cat and Internet celebrity known for her “grumpy” facial expression, and thus known by the common name Grumpy Cat. Her owner, Tabatha Bundesen, says that her permanently grumpy-looking face is due to an under bite and feline dwarfism. This adorable grumpy cat will be used as our inspiration for our drawing… Read More
Watercolor artist MaryLeah Marshall takes you through layer by layer to create cherry tree blossom. You will need 140lb cold pressed watercolor paper, watercolor paint and around round watercolor
The Ring-tailed Lemur is a large strepsirrhine primate and the most recognized lemur due to its long, black and white ringed tail. Like all lemurs it is endemic to the island of Madagascar. It is omnivorous and active exclusively in daylight hours. The Ring-tailed Lemur is highly social, living in groups of up to 30… Read More
Have always wanted to paint a watercolor sunrise or sunset? Let Watercolor Artist MaryLeah Marshall take you step by step in creating your own sunrise or sunset landscape watercolor painting. The materials MaryLeah uses are 140lb Cold Press paper, #10 Round brush, #1/2 flat brush and palette pan watercolor paint.
Watch Angie create an oil pastel sunrise painting inspired by the work of Wolf Kahn. You will need pastel, watercolor paper or even a piece of cardboard will work, a set of oil pastels, a pencil with an eraser and your imagination.