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Everyday Watercolor Flowers:A Modern Guide to Painting Blooms, Leaves, and Stems Step by Step

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Synopsis:Author of Everyday Watercolor and Instagram darling Jenna Rainey presents a beautiful step-by-step guide to painting botanicals from lilies to daffodils in a wide variety of styles.

Artist Jenna Rainey shares easy-to-follow ways to paint a wide range of botanicals, all in her fresh, modern style that appeals to the next generation of watercolor artists and creatives, from beginners to hobbyists. With gorgeously illustrated instructions for both loose and realistic watercolor depictions of more than 25 flowers, leaves, and plants, organized by form and shape, Everyday Watercolor Flowers is every nature-lover's answer to capturing that beauty on paper.

About the Author: JENNA RAINEY is the author of Everyday Watercolor and owner and lead designer of Jenna Rainey Design Studio, a California agency that specializes in watercolor, calligraphy, and other hand-drawn designs for various mediums. Rainey's work has been featured in countless publications and wedding blogs including Nixon, Martha Stewart Weddings, the Knot, the Lane, and BuzzFeed. She is now also sharing her talent and stories in various keynotes throughout the country including Brit+Co's Re:Make Summit, Connecting Things, and more.

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Title: Everyday Watercolor Flowers:A Modern Guide ...
Publisher: Watson-Guptill
Publication Date: 2019
Binding: Paperback
Book Condition: Very Good

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Everyday Watercolor Flowers

Everyday Watercolor Flowers

Everyday Watercolor Flowers

Artist Jenna Rainey shares easy-to-follow ways to paint a wide range of botanicals, all in her fresh, modern style that appeals to the next generation of watercolor artists and creatives, from beginners to hobbyists. With gorgeously illustrated instructions for both loose and realistic watercolor depictions of more than 25 flowers, leaves, and plants, organized by form and shape, Everyday Watercolor Flowers is every nature-lover's answer to capturing that beauty on paper.

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Everyday Watercolor Flowers : A Modern Guide to Painting Blooms, Leaves, and Stems Step by Step by Jenna Rainey (2019, Trade Paperback)

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  • Artist Jenna Rainey presents a modern guide to painting roses, orchids, peonies, cherry blossoms, and more! Rainey features both detailed and abstract flowers, buds, stems, and leaves in her fresh, colorful style. Perfect for watercolor artists and creatives from beginners to hobbyists, each gorgeously illustrated step-by-step project breaks down a complex botanical subject into simple shapes and strokes-making it easy to capture the beauty of nature on paper. Book jacket.

Product Identifiers

  • Publisher

    Potter/Ten SPEED/Harmony/Rodale

  • ISBN-10

    0399582215

  • ISBN-13

    9780399582219

  • eBay Product ID (ePID)

    16038730377

Product Key Features

  • Author

    Jenna Rainey

  • Format

    Trade Paperback

  • Language

    English

  • Topic

    Techniques / Watercolor Painting, Subjects & Themes / Plants & Animals, Painting

  • Publication Year

    2019

  • Genre

    Art, Crafts & Hobbies

  • Number of Pages

    192 Pages

Dimensions

  • Item Length

    9.4in.

  • Item Height

    0.5in.

  • Item Width

    8.2in.

  • Item Weight

    21.4 Oz

Additional Product Features

  • Lc Classification Number

    Nd2244.R35 2019

  • Reviews

    "In Everyday Watercolor Flowers , Jenna takes you on an incredible, colorful journey, guiding you step by step through the process of painting flowers. This is a fantastic book for anybody with an interest in watercolor painting, whether they be honing their botanical skills or picking up a brush for the very first time." - Johanna Basford, illustrator and author of Secrete Garden and World of Flowers "Beautifully accessible, warm, and inspiring, Everyday Watercolor Flowers is a book you'll want to dive right into, paintbrush in hand. Jenna's color-theory thought process, combined with her unique breakdown of flowers into shapes, helps to peel back the layers of her beautiful work and invite us all in." - Nicole Miyuki Santo, artist and author of By Hand: The Art of Modern Lettering "I've been following talented watercolor artist Jenna Rainey for years, so when I found out her second book was going to be focused on florals, I knew it would be right up my alley. Jenna thoroughly breaks down the watercolor technique into easy-to-absorb sections covering tools, technique, sketching, color palettes and tones, and floral anatomy before moving into various flower specimens broken down by shape. Not only is the content informative for any artist, but the book is also chock-full of Jenna's stunning watercolor. A feast for both the eyes and aspiring watercolor artists' hands." - Laura Hooper, owner and creative director, Laura Hooper Calligraphy

  • Copyright Date

    2019

  • Target Audience

    Trade

  • Lccn

    2018-057552

  • Dewey Decimal

    751.4224343

  • Dewey Edition

    23

  • Illustrated

    Yes

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Speedpaint Watercolor Flowers!

Everyday Watercolor Flowers

Introduction


There’s nothing more breathtaking than the natural beauty of flowers. The folds and tears in a peony petal or the striking texture in a parrot tulip call for an extra-long look and gasp. Nature has done such an excellent job. A flower can show us how complementary colors work together and how something so delicate can be uniquely powerful at the same time.   

For thousands of years, painters and writers have made flowers their subjects, finding in them attributes of beauty, growth, and happiness.  I couldn’t agree more. Growing up, I was always surrounded by flowers. My mom has an incredible green thumb, and right outside my bedroom window were lilies, jasmine, poppies, chocolate cosmos, and so many varieties of roses that you couldn’t count them all if you tried I didn’t know it at the time, but this childhood experience helped me build familiarity with flowers’ shapes and structure. Observing the growth stages of flowers in my mom’s garden taught me that a flower in its earliest stages as a bud is spherical, then opens up, petals peeling back, to form a sphere, bowl, or cylinder. A five-petal flower, like a cherry blossom, can be broken down to a star, and viewing a rose from the side is like looking at a cone or bowl shape. All of this, plus a love for art, made for tons of sketching and painting flowers.   

But, for any artist, painting a flower can be intimidating. Grasping the powerful and harmonious relationship between colors while also capturing the delicacy of each petal can be a challenge. One thing that is so important for your practice is to start by interpreting each flower or subject in terms of its basic shapes. Many artists grow impatient with the process of breaking things down first, and the proportions of their subjects suffer. For example, if a rose becomes too oblong, it can look like a tulip, or if one petal in your flower is pointing off in the wrong direction just slightly, it can mess with the whole appearance of your flower. That is why, in this book, I’m here to show you an approachable and quick way of grasping a flower’s shape. We are going to be studying flowers with a variety of shapes—star, circle, bell, bowl, trumpet, and combination—all while exploring different techniques to paint in both loose and more realistic styles.

Copyright © 2019 by Jenna Rainey. All rights reserved. No part of this excerpt may be reproduced or reprinted without permission in writing from the publisher.

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Flowers everyday watercolor

Everyday Watercolor Flowers: A Modern Guide to Painting Blooms, Leaves, and Stems Step by Step

Author of Everyday Watercolor and Instagram darling Jenna Rainey presents a beautiful step-by-step guide to painting botanicals from lilies to daffodils in a wide variety of styles.

Artist Jenna Rainey shares easy-to-follow ways to paint a wide range of botanicals, all in her fresh, modern style that appeals to the next generation of watercolor artists andAuthor of Everyday Watercolor and Instagram darling Jenna Rainey presents a beautiful step-by-step guide to painting botanicals from lilies to daffodils in a wide variety of styles.

Artist Jenna Rainey shares easy-to-follow ways to paint a wide range of botanicals, all in her fresh, modern style that appeals to the next generation of watercolor artists and creatives, from beginners to hobbyists. With gorgeously illustrated instructions for both loose and realistic watercolor depictions of more than 25 flowers, leaves, and plants, organized by form and shape, Everyday Watercolor Flowers is every nature-lover's answer to capturing that beauty on paper....more

Paperback, 192 pages

Published June 11th 2019 by Watson-Guptill

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Painting A Basic Watercolor Flower for Beginners Tutorial

Everyday Watercolor Flowers

Introduction


There’s nothing more breathtaking than the natural beauty of flowers. The folds and tears in a peony petal or the striking texture in a parrot tulip call for an extra-long look and gasp. Nature has done such an excellent job. A flower can show us how complementary colors work together and how something so delicate can be uniquely powerful at the same time.   

For thousands of years, painters and writers have made flowers their subjects, finding in them attributes of beauty, growth, and happiness.  I couldn’t agree more. Growing up, I was always surrounded by flowers. My mom has an incredible green thumb, and right outside my bedroom window were lilies, jasmine, poppies, chocolate cosmos, and so many varieties of roses that you couldn’t count them all if you tried I didn’t know it at the time, but this childhood experience helped me build familiarity with flowers’ shapes and structure. Observing the growth stages of flowers in my mom’s garden taught me that a flower in its earliest stages as a bud is spherical, then opens up, petals peeling back, to form a sphere, bowl, or cylinder. A five-petal flower, like a cherry blossom, can be broken down to a star, and viewing a rose from the side is like looking at a cone or bowl shape. All of this, plus a love for art, made for tons of sketching and painting flowers.   

But, for any artist, painting a flower can be intimidating. Grasping the powerful and harmonious relationship between colors while also capturing the delicacy of each petal can be a challenge. One thing that is so important for your practice is to start by interpreting each flower or subject in terms of its basic shapes. Many artists grow impatient with the process of breaking things down first, and the proportions of their subjects suffer. For example, if a rose becomes too oblong, it can look like a tulip, or if one petal in your flower is pointing off in the wrong direction just slightly, it can mess with the whole appearance of your flower. That is why, in this book, I’m here to show you an approachable and quick way of grasping a flower’s shape. We are going to be studying flowers with a variety of shapes—star, circle, bell, bowl, trumpet, and combination—all while exploring different techniques to paint in both loose and more realistic styles.

Copyright © 2019 by Jenna Rainey. All rights reserved. No part of this excerpt may be reproduced or reprinted without permission in writing from the publisher.

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