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Water Media artist and instructor
Steve Blackburn is a watermedia artist from Mishawaka, Indiana. His work has been exhibited in many national and regional exhibitions, such as the Kentucky Watercolor Society and the Louisiana Watercolor Society.
For many years Mr. Blackburn has taught his unique style of watercolor in classes and workshops all over the U.S. He was featured in the American Artist publication "Watercolor - Summer 1997". His image "Forgotten Treasure" was included in the book "Best of Watercolor - Painting Composition" by Rockport Publishers, and one of his paintings is featured in the book "Best of Watercolor 3". Mr. Blackburn won the grand prize for his piece "Sunbathe" during the international floral competition sponsored by International Artist magazine in 2001, and his work was featured in the 2002 October/November issue of their magazine
This 70-minute video goes thru my painting process using poured frisket, poured watercolors. and brushwork. It takes you partially thru three of my paintings so that you see the complete process - the pouring on a large sunflower painting, negative painting on a poinsettia, and the detailed brushwork on a painting of Indian corn.
Watercolor is such a great medium! It’s fresh and spontaneous, and if handled well can bring out the best in any subject. I have loved painting with this medium for many years, and now I've tried to share all that I've learned. In this book, you will learn:
This booklet details my step-by-step process thru one of my favorite paintings. See how I use poured frisket, poured watercolors and brushwork to create interesting shapes and dynamic values in my paintings.
You taught me enough to keep going on poured paintings and I’m excited to do some more! And I now have an idea for a series thanks to you!
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