Using watercolour on canvas has never cross my mind until I saw this book. It's great that there are artists who are always experimenting.
Liz Chaderton is a professional artist who specialises in watercolour and animal art. In this 112-page paperback, she shares tips and techniques on working with watercolour on canvas.
There are tips on selecting, preparing canvas and the different type of supplies you need. For example, in order to paint on the canvas, you have to treat it so that it can absorb water. You do that with a ground. And in this book Liz has listed the pros and cons of grounds from different brands such as Schmincke, Daniel and QoR/Golden.
There are also tips on composition, choosing subjects and ideas for experimentation. Several demos are included with step by step explanation on the process, on creating certain effects.
This book provides lots of practical advice on using watercolour on canvas. If watercolour on canvas is your thing, this is a great book to get since there aren't many books on this topic.
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