Color Index

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Adams Media, Apr 12, 2002 - Art - 357 pages
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Discover all the lessons and insights that a lifetime of painting provides!

The best way to learn something is with a great teacher. Let them speak, and listen closely. When it comes to painting, you need look no further than Watercolor Wisdom. Inside, Jo Taylor shares all the knowledge and experience she's accumulated over three decades of painting and teaching in watercolor.

Packed with insights, tricks and invaluable tips, Watercolor Wisdom is a virtual master class in watercolor painting. Taylor illustrates every important technique and concept with examples, sketches, diagrams and demonstrations, whether covering the basics, such as brush selection, composition, value and color mixing or more advanced considerations. You'll learn how to find your personal style, express emotion in your work, understand and create abstract art and more.

Let Jo Taylor help you to become watercolor wise today! There's no better way to learn, and no better teacher to guide you.
 

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Contents

II
12
III
30
IV
44
V
47
VI
55
VII
57
VIII
58
IX
61
XXVII
156
XXVIII
159
XXIX
167
XXX
172
XXXI
175
XXXII
176
XXXIII
186
XXXIV
189

X
67
XI
72
XII
75
XIII
83
XIV
88
XV
91
XVI
97
XVII
104
XVIII
107
XIX
115
XX
120
XXI
123
XXII
131
XXIII
137
XXIV
142
XXV
145
XXVI
151
XXXV
197
XXXVI
204
XXXVII
207
XXXVIII
215
XXXIX
223
XL
233
XLI
242
XLII
245
XLIII
253
XLIV
258
XLV
261
XLVI
269
XLVII
274
XLVIII
288
XLIX
300
L
320
LI
340

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About the author (2002)

Jim Krause has worked as a designer in the Pacific Northwest since the 1980s. He has produced award-winning work for clients large and small, including Microsoft, McDonald's, Washington Apples, Bell Helicopter, Paccar/Kenworth, Northern Trust and Seattle Public Schools. He lives in Bellingham, Washington.