Welcome to another of my online watercolour tutorial demonstrations for you to follow and learn from.
In this tutorial I’m painting a scene from South County Armagh ‘The Broom Makers Cottage’ in a forest clearing near the summit of Slieve Gullion mountain. I last painted this scene during the second series of my BBC TV show ‘Awash with Colour’. In this demo I will recreate the scene again for you in watercolour and teaches you lots more tips and techniques along the way.
My online tutorials are very informative and are filmed in great detail. This is the most unique and innovative way to learn to paint today and can be accessed immediately worldwide from the comfort of your own home. Never miss a thing from the initial sketch to the finishing touches, follow every brushstroke.
When you make a booking, you’ll get your own Personal Viewing Code to watch the tutorial again & again using PLAY – PAUSE & REWIND. You can download supporting material relating to the course, i.e. Colour mixing instructions, A helpful sketching template and information on the materials needed etc. Paint along with me in your own time at your own pace. When you’re done upload your finished painting to the website and get my personal assessment and appraisal.
Watch my Tutorial/Demo via YouTube on your Tablet, Computer or Smart TV. It really couldn’t be easier.
Regards and Happy Painting.
“It went really, well and Dermot was brilliant as usual”.
“Thank you so much for organising that wonderful demo with Dermot Cavanagh. It was brilliant – and in these difficult times, it was so nice to think that the Club members were watching it virtually all together”.
“That was such an inspiring demonstration by Dermot Cavanagh. So easy to follow and much enlightenment on how to examine our own methodology and how one might address it. Many thanks for setting this up; a great idea”.
“Wow! That was great! Really enjoyed it. Haven’t touched watercolours for years but this has inspired me to have another go”.
“I must say a huge thank you for organising this. We watched as a family of 4 on our 32” smart TV and it was spot on, we were all enthralled”.