Watercolour without Tears with John Hoar
2 hours 3 minutes
Watercolour master John Hoar returns with his second film due to popular demand. John's belief is simple - that watercolour can be made much simpler than so many people think. Watercolour fascinates but also frustrates. In this film John shows how to take the tears of frustration out of watercolour painting by simplifying your approach. John uses just two brushes and very small palette of colours - seldom using more than five in a single painting. Filmed on the glorious Suffolk coast in the seaside town of Aldeburgh John paints on the beach, in the quaint town and travels to nearby Snape Maltings - home of the famous Aldeburgh Music Festival founded by Benjamin Britten - to paint a river scene. He even finds time to demonstrate his simple quick approach to flower painting. This one will kick start your watercolour painting.