How to progress in watercolor?
Those 10 top challenges discovered by Andy Evansen will save you years!
Free online workshop + video lesson
Present after registration
Language: English
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Andy Evansen
«A Loose Approach to Watercolor»

free video lesson

  • Learn the key aspects of a successful painting
  • Understand how to merge color effectively
  • Paint a simple scene under Andy’s guidance
In 3 days
at 10 am New York Time*
In 3 days
at 10 am New York Time*
Top Mistakes in Watercolor
online workshop
  • Review students’ paintings and identify the key areas for improvement
  • Run a "Q&A" session
Do you face these challenges?
  • 1
    Do not know where to get started
  • 2
    Overworking your painting and do not know, where to stop
  • 3
    Making a lot of small unconnected shapes, do not see the whole composition
  • 4
    Get too washed out and light result
  • 5
    Drawing too much
Meet your instructor
Andy Evansen
33.9k followers on Instagram
  • Andy Evansen began painting watercolors in the mid-1990s as a change of pace from his career as a medical illustrator
  • He became a signature member of the prestigious Plein Air Painters of America (PAPA) in 2012 and served as their President from 2015-2017.
  • Transparent Watercolor Society of America (TWSA), Signature Member April 2018.
  • Salmagundi Club, Artist Member 2017.
  • His paintings have won numerous awards, including the Bronze and High Winds Medals from the American Watercolor Society.
  • Based in America.
Present for you

Register now and get a special bonus - a recording of a «Feedback session with Andy Evansen». You will learn why is a solid value study crucial to making a decent painting and how to avoid "overworking" the painting.

Last 9 places are available for free

Examples of Andy's works

Feedback from our students

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