Last week I taught a pouring workshop and I also did a pouring demonstration.
For my workshops, I usually prepare 3 images of the same paintings.
This is because I don’t have time to work on my own poured painting while teaching.
I like to be available to help others.
I will have my painting already masked at various stages then I will demonstrate how to pour the paint.
It is also helpful for the participants to see where I have masked.
Since I have such a busy life at the moment, I thought I would simplify it a bit by using the same painting that I did for my workshop for the demo.
Autumn’s Harvest is the result.
There are still a few things that need to be done before I call it complete but not much.
It may be a few more days before I can finish it though.
I have another pouring demonstration tomorrow night which I am preparing a different scene for.
Here are some of the results from the workshop.
It was a great group and I enjoyed pouring with them.
Thank you to the awesome group for having me!
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Hi Leslie. What a happy group, and they look so [justifiably] pleased with their work.
You certainly are having a busy and productive time, Leslie. You've produced a very happy group by the looks of things.
Find sometime to put your feet up. :0)
Kathryn, I hope they were pleased! There were some really good pieces that came out of it.
John, no rest for the wicked! May has always been my busiest month. Too many workshops! I will have time to rest next month. I just need to make it there.
It was a very good demo, I really enjoyed watching your picture develop.
LESLIE has produced a great DVD demonstrating painting a Heron using the poured watercolour technique that was so exciting. I have taken several workshops wth leslie and now the DVD is avaialbe. I HIGHLY recommend this DVD as it lets you go at your own pace and is just like attending a workshop. You can watch it and step by step see how she produces this delightful painting.
This is one of a set of three demonstrations and are available from Leslie.