“Fabulous Flowers – Celebrate Color” – there is no surprise when flowers and color are used in the same sentence. This ebook, Volume 3 in the “Painting With Ev Hales” series is all about color and pattern. The most wonderful part of combining these two issues in this subject, flowers, is that it is almost impossible to make a mistake. The image above shows some of the ideas for making nuances within a hue by using the watercolour medium. Translate this into other media and magic happens. You will enjoy the exploration of pattern and how it can make painting flowers very simple. Another ebook full of colourful examples ready to inspire you.
5.0 out of 5 stars I AM TOTALLY CAPTIVATED AND INSPIRED BY EV
“Ev Hales is a born teacher of what is a very difficult art form but more importantly her style and the knowledge she brings to watercolor painting is infectious. This is a milestone for me as her work displays a complexity and range that very few watercolor painter have in my eyes. There is the glorious use of color and a direct approach that guides without chiding a student. The wisdom of not only her art and its craft such as using the tools and the language of painting, form, line etc. but the nurturing yet challenging guidance of the student. This is how teaching should be. She loves painting and wants you to love it with her. She is also a painter with a range that encompasses the classical and the modern; extending the dialog between painter and subject. Chapters on form , use of color, etc are accompanied by examples that make you want to paint and go through learning well enough to create works with such life, skill and beauty. There is something here for beginner to pro. I have all available e- books and am impatiently awaiting all of the others in this series.” V. V.
“Ev Hales manages to be both a great artist and an excellent teacher. Her approach and ideas are profound and novel. She inspires confidence. I’ve read quite a few how to books on watercolour painting but these ebooks are really helpful and provide insight.” G. M.