WANNA LEARN A NEW SKILL, RELAX AND PRACTICE SELF-CARE? YOU'RE IN THE RIGHT PLACE!
LEARN WATERCOLOUR ONLINE
Relax, Learn + Create
"I love flowers and have wanted to learn how to move from foliage to buds and flowers, this course has given me the freedom to paint flowers and moons and leaves and vines, and a stunning wreath. It's moved me from doodling to able to complete something on the page. Oh & I had ZERO idea about warm and cool colours and now, now I can mix vibrant colours!"
MAKE TIME FOR YOU
If you’re reading this, my guess is you’re interested in learning watercolour, right?
Maybe you’re wanting to take up a new hobby, practice some self-care, and express yourself creatively along the way - if that’s the case, you’re in the right place!
This course is absolutely perfect for anyone wanting to learn watercolour, whether you’re an absolute beginner or perhaps you’ve dabbled a little in the past (maaaaybe you’ve even come to one of my workshops!).
"Do it! I think the online course is great bang for your buck! I think anyone no matter how 'creative' or not would be able to enjoy the course, and feel 'success' at the end of it! Tess breaks down the steps and make it more simple than you could imagine!"
Everything I wish I knew ten years ago!
The course is made up of 5 Modules:
Module 1 - Getting set-up
Module 2 - Basic Techniques
Module 3 - Watercolour Leaves
Module 4 - Watercolour Flowers
Module 5 - Putting It All Together
In total there are two hours of video, but I've broken it all down into short, digestible lessons (phew!!!). So, you can space this out over a day or several - whatever fits into your life best!
What if I can’t keep up?
Firstly, this course is designed so you can complete it at your own pace - there’s no rush! Wanna chip away at it when the kids are asleep at night? That’s awesome! Wanna smash it out in an afternoon? That’s great too!
What supplies do I need?
If you're not sure what materials you need I talk about this in module 1 of the course, and I also offer kits on my website - rest assured you don't need anything fancy though. I'm also offering a discount for my art kits for any students of this course, once logged in you'll get the code!
I can’t draw a stick figure - is this course for me?!
Heck yeah, this course is for YOU! There are no stick figures in this course at all so don't stress about that. I’m gonna give you all the tools you need so you can paint with confidence!
How long do I have access to the course?
You’ll have access to this course for as long as it’s available on my website (it’s not going anywhere soon!), so you can log in and work through the material at your own pace, yay!
What level is the course suitable for?
If you’re an absolute beginner, or if you’ve dabbled in watercolour painting before but you’re looking for more confidence then this course is for YOU!
Can I exhibit or sell work created during the course?
If you’ve created artwork that is unique and not strikingly similar/a copy of the artwork demonstrated in this course, then by all means - go for it! If in doubt, get in touch with me and we can chat about it.
What is the refund policy?
Once you are registered and enrolled in the course I am unable to offer refunds. If you’ve got any questions, please feel free to get in touch before enrolling! Get in touch via: firstname.lastname@example.org
Is high speed internet access necessary?
Yes, you’ll need sufficient internet access because the majority of course content is video.
Who's running this thing?!
Hey there! I'm Tess, a self-taught watercolour artist all about making watercolour fun and easy, so you can paint with confidence (even if you don’t think you can paint!).
If you’re nervous to start, you might just need some encouragement and a little bit of guidance to help you get on your way - which is where I come in.
My job is to help you gain confidence with watercolour, so you can get started quickly and easily, and most importantly have fun along the way!
"Thanks to Tess, I've discovered how fluid and flexible watercolour painting is as a medium. I can now remedy almost anything with a dab of water or pigment, soak up excess water with my brush and work in layers using the wet-on-wet or wet-on-dry techniques."