How to Paint Foliage in Watercolor: 2 Stage Landscape Painting Tutorial with Angela Fehr

Paint an Irish landscape in watercolor! In this lesson I teach you how to paint a two stage landscape painting, starting with a wet in wet sky painting, then adding details to create a scene set in Wicklow, Ireland.
I love to paint the texture of foliage, bushes and grass in the foreground to make this part of the painting the focal point, and I show you how in this quick lesson you can paint in a weekend!

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**WIN a set of travel brushes from Rosemary & Co! GIVEAWAY CLOSED: winner announced on YouTube Friday November 16th, 2018 3pm MST.

This lesson gives you the chance to see some of the beautiful brushes made by Rosemary & Co Artist Brushes in action in a landscape painting. I’ll share with you what I love about a good quality watercolour brush, how to use a variety of different brush shapes, and why a good brush isn’t just about the shape of the point!

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?You can use this lesson to help you learn watercolour painting, I’d love to see your result!

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Supplies Used in this Lesson: (may contain affiliate links)
Brushes from Rosemary & Co – thank you for providing brushes for me to try!
Triangular Brushes:
Squirrel Mop #4:
Dagger Stripers:
Triangular Handle Sable:
Sable Rigger:
Oval Mop:

Paint: Daniel Smith Watercolor
Lavender, Cobalt Blue, Burnt Sienna, Hematite Burnt Scarlet, Cascade Green, Undersea Green, Perylene Violet

QoR Watercolor: Quinacridone Magenta

Paper: Arches cold press 140 lb watercolour paper

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