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Artworks of Andy Evansen
Students' works from the previous marathon
As you can see, we painted the same scene, but all the works turned out to be different, because at the marathon Andy does not just tell how to copy his actions, but explains how to create your own painting.
Students' feedback on Andy's workshop
“When painting with watercolors, both hemispheres of your brain work. No need to show all the details, your brain will finish everything by itself”
Watercolor painting is not only a creative hobby, but also a surprisingly useful activity for the brain. When working with watercolors, the brain is actively engaged in the processes of visualization and spatial thinking.
Watercolor painting also promotes the development of patience and concentration. The artist should pay attention to every stroke, which helps to improve the ability to focus on details and increases endurance in performing complex mental tasks.
Watercolors can also be an excellent way to relax and relieve stress. By immersing yourself in the world of colors and shapes, you can temporarily move away from everyday worries and enjoy the creative process.