She teaches online art classes in watercolor, mixed media and drawing. She has been a teacher of drawing, watercolor, oils and mixed media for over 20 years. She is incredibly enthusiastic and loves to see her students mastering the techniques she has taught them. She has illustrated several children's books and have had her artwork published in dozens of painting and crafting publications.
Lindsay's 1st Experience with Polish Watercolors.
Indigo Buntings on a Branch Sketchbook Sunday
Watercolor Q&A LIVE 12:30pm Friday 10/26/18
Watercolor Q&A LIVE 12:30pm Friday 10/26/18
You can Do it! Watercolor Sunflowers!
Steve Mitchell is an artist working in and around the Upstate SC area. He has served several commercial clientele over the past 30+ years as a graphic designer and illustrator. Currently he is working in the field of fine art, specifically drawing and painting with an emphasis on watercolor. He is passionate about what he does and he loves to share it with others through his work and his highly successful YouTube channel titled, “The Mind of Watercolor”. There he shares tips and techniques with the help of his helpful sidekick Reese in a manner that is approachable and easy to understand for watercolor enthusiasts of all levels.
Renesans Watercolor Paint Review
Spontaneous Watercolor Landscape Ft. Renesans
Catherine Côté, aka CeeCee, is a self-taught multi-disciplinary artist living in the greater Montreal area. In 2005, she decided to leave the corporate world to pursue the creative life and hasn't looked back since. Her passion for art started at a very young age with drawing which led her to mixed media and, more recently, a strong passion for watercolor. She has been creating videos since 2008 on her YouTube channel because she wanted to inspire others to express their creativity. CeeCee is also teaching online classes and has presence in most social medias under "creationsceecee". Her motto: "create for yourself and share with others".
swatching and painting with Renesans watercolors
how to watercolor with basic shapes
STUDIO TALK: how to deal with the fear of creative failure
Patti Tolley Parrish is a self-taught artist who lives in Maryland. She works full time and likes to play in her studio as time allows. Patti started her YouTube channel in 2013 and now does live YouTube streams. Her style leans toward the abstract and her current obsession is all things watercolor. She also plays with her gelli plate, polymer clay mosaic tiles, alcohol inks and acrylic paint. Patti’s motto in art and life – “If it’s not fun, I’m not doing it!”
Watercolor Play & Renesans Review
Eve is a French-Canadian artist and catmom. Her favorite tools are watercolor and inks, but she can work digitally as well.
Unboxing of Renesans Watercolor
Renesans Swatches: Part 1
Renesans Swatches: Part 2
Caturday Livestream! - Cat Christmas Elves! 😺🎄
Swatching the whole range of Renesans tube watercolors (70 colors!)! 🎨💪
Karia is a self taught artist who reviews adult coloring books, colored pencils and other coloring book related items as well as other art supplies. She also shares video tutorials on how to use different coloring techniques as well as many other things. Her style is casual and unscripted by design.
Paint unboxing and first impressions Renesans Paints - A Little Creative Me
Sharon currently lives in the Detroit area but in 2019 is making the move to Port Austin Michigan and the sandy beaches of Lake Huron. She has plans to travel the country with her husband in their RV, painting all the beautiful sites she sees along the way.
She is a self taught artist who did not really begin painting until 2012 following the loss of her nursing career due to disability. She began painting in watercolor as a form of art therapy to help control chronic pain due to Ankylosing Spondylitis, an autoimmune disease that attacks the spine and hips as well as other peripheral joints. She continues to use her painting as a form of mindfulness therapy and loves to paint from life out in nature.
Although she enjoyed painting growing up, Sharon had no time for it and was unable to fit it into a school schedule due to her devotion to the music arts and sports. Sharon played clarinet and sang for many years before making the change to flute which she still plays professionally today.
Sharon also has a YouTube channel which she started as a way to pay it forward to other budding self taught artists. Although She had to close her channel for 11 months she is back at it again where she teaches mostly watercolor, but also some gouache painting, pastel painting, and provides art related product reviews. She looks forward to beginning her travel vlog series with painting tutorials and demonstrations when she travels the country. You can find her on YouTube at “Sharon Cullen Art.”