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Upcoming workshops & tutorials in your local areas, check here!
Mark Waller's workshops past - discover what was learned about, talked about, laughed about and consumed with gusto!
The Sustainable Canvas company makes artist quality canvas from 100% recycled ocean plastics. Big yay from us!
Hi Everyone, Happy 2024 to you all! I am 65 years old and my painting journey has been a long one. My father was an artist and I had learned so much from
I've never been able to draw like my sisters and daughters. My daughters have taken art in school and enjoy painting tremendously. All 3 are amazing, my
Simplify painting a pebbly beachscape by looking at the negative space.
I started painting a year ago after retiring. I started drawing as a way to pass time and found I got pretty good at drawing after a few months. I decided
Mark Beachscapes - paint recipes (hard copy) book is now available! Start painting your beautiful beachscape today!
Learn the art of painting a moonlight scene by learning to paint the “not-waves”. This step-by-step tutorial taken from our recent workshop will show you how!
Learn how to paint a whale using realism techniques, and a whole load of fun!
Hi! This one was created a little at a time, just adding elements here and there. I don't know what to call it!
I am what I call a Kindergarten Artist. I have never taken an art class nor studied proper techniques. I started painting in earnest during the pandemic,
Keeping busy and enjoying my art. Some of it is quite challenging and hopefully I can improve.