How to progress in watercolor
Those TOP-10 watercolor steps by the world renowned artist Andy Evansen will take your painting skills to the next level
Create gorgeous art that you will be proud of!
Two steps to the progress
Register, get a video lesson, and participate in the online workshop
Right after registration
Right after registration
Andy Evansen
«A Loose Approach to Watercolor»

free video lesson

  • Learn to simplify your paintings, make loose shapes, and achieve a realistic impression without much detailing
  • Make watercolor painting easy and clear
  • Enjoy the process, fall in love with it, and make amazing works even if you are at the very beginning of your creative journey!
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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