The Most Important Watercolor Principle

This is the technique I would use if I had just one opportunity to teach watercolor, if you were here in my studio in beautiful Northern British Columbia, I would want to share this one watercolor principle with you, if we just had a few minutes, this is what we would cover. And that is, all about the water. Here is one of my painting buckets. Water is the key to everything in watercolor and hence the name….

Watercolor Lesson from a Master

The following is a watercolor demonstration of a city scene by master watercolor artist Joseph Zbukvic. There are some valuable tips and techniques shared in this video so be sure and pay attention. I hope you enjoy. A big thanks to Graeme Stevenson (Colour in Your Life) for sharing this wonderful video. Visit his YouTube […]

Green Bottles – A Watercolor Demo

About John Fisher I was born and educated in England, graduating from the Luton School of Arts (now Barnfield College) in 1945. It was my hope to become a graphic artist, but at the end of the Second World War returning service men and women had first crack at the few jobs available, and rightly […]

Rusting Away – a Watercolor Demo

About John Fisher I was born and educated in England, graduating from the Luton School of Arts (now Barnfield College) in 1945. It was my hope to become a graphic artist, but at the end of the Second World War returning service men and women had first crack at the few jobs available, and rightly […]

Teapot and Daisies a Watercolour Demo

About John Fisher I was born and educated in England, graduating from the Luton School of Arts (now Barnfield College) in 1945. It was my hope to become a graphic artist, but at the end of the Second World War returning service men and women had first crack at the few jobs available, and rightly […]

Morning Calm Watercolor Demo

About John Fisher I was born and educated in England, graduating from the Luton School of Arts (now Barnfield College) in 1945. It was my hope to become a graphic artist, but at the end of the Second World War returning service men and women had first crack at the few jobs available, and rightly […]