Susan Harrison-Tustain: Watercolor Workshops

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Video Length: 3 Hours, 30 Minutes

Although not filmed by Liliedahl Video Productions, this DVD has been reviewed to meet our standards for both quality and content and we highly recommend it for both!

Dear Friends, If you are an oil painter secretly harboring interest in watercolor, then we have found the watercolor painter for you. New Zealand artist Susan Harrison-Tustain has produced two DVD programs that are absolutely wonderful for the beginning, intermediate and advanced watercolorists. Although her work appears deceptively difficult, she approaches it in such a way as to make it totally understandable for the rank beginner, building layer upon layer of beautiful color washes to create these in-depth works.


Join this internationally acclaimed watercolor artist as she applies her "naturalistic realism" techniques to portrait painting. Look over her shoulder and follow step by step--all the way from stretching paper through to fine-tuning. You will find the drawing template, reference photo and Susan's painting on her website, or open either DVD disc from your computer's DVD drive where you will find a folder called "workshop-images" to be used to paint along with her.

This 2-disc DVD set is a compilation of Susan Harrison-Tustain's 2 best-selling videos: "Glorious Garden Flowers in Watercolor" and "One-on-One Watercolor Breakthroughs." It also includes an exquisite new gallery and slideshow featuring Susan's latest work. PLUS a bonus 33 minutes tutorial demonstrating the essence of Susan's unique "naturalistic realism" style of watercolor painting. If you've ever wanted to see how beautiful, realistic florals in watercolor are created, this is the video for you.

As a producer of oil painting videos, we have promised to bring to our customers educational art videos that we believe have exceptional merit, and we believe these programs fit that category. As one who appreciates all styles and mediums in art, I can say that I enjoyed these programs immensely and they made me want to dig out my watercolors and give them another try. Perhaps you will, too! For the price, they are well worth the purchase and we recommend them for your art library.


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