For both beginning and advanced painters, water can be one of the most popular but least understood of elements. In this instructive guide, author and artist E. John Robinson shows the secrets of painting water, its special properties, and the limitless ways it can be used in paintings of all mediums.
Readers will discover how to use water to convey mood, to capture the effects of wet streets and mud puddles, and to portray fog, ice, and water's reflective qualities. They'll also learn how to paint creeks and lakes, rivers and waterfalls, harbors and the ocean, weaving sunlight and shadow into all their water scenes to create works that flow with life.
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E. John Robinson is acknowledged as one of the world's finest marine seascape artists. He has painted over 40,000 seascapes in his career, most of which are in private collections. He has produced four covers for Reader's Digest, and made a series of bestselling video tapes on painting the sea. Also the author of Paint the Sea in Oils Using Special Effects and Paint the Sea and Shoreline in Watercolors Using Special Effects, Robinson lives in Mendocino, California.
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