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Pug Demo Painted with Only 2 Colors in Watercolor

Pug Demo Painted with Only 2 Colors in Watercolor

Pug Demo using 2 colors Step by Step in Watercolor

 

This pug demo was a watercolor commission I did of a dog named Stella. You can see just by the look on her face that she is a sweet dog. I love painting pugs; their faces have so much personality. They are one of my favorite dogs.

Anyone that has followed me for any time knows that I am a dog lover actually an animal lover. I will stop and talk to any animal I see lol.

It doesn’t matter how busy I am, I just can’t resist a taking a commission for a dog portrait I get so much joy painting them.

I used a very limited palette for this pug demo. The colors I used were:

 

  • Burnt Sienna (Winsor and Newton)
  • Ultramarine Blue (DaVinci)

Pug Demo

Step 1

For the pug demo, I drew my picture out on my paper first (not pictured). I started the painting by blocking in where the darks are going to be. I used the ultramarine blue, burnt sienna, and a mix of the ultramarine blue and burnt sienna to get a cool black for the darkest spots. I let it dry completely.

 

Step 2

I started to add some burnt sienna over the ultra blue of the dark areas. For the ears, I added some of the blue-black mixture to the inside Shadows. Using a dulled down blue I added more to the outside bottom of the ear and the nose. I let it dry completely.

Step 3

I darkened down the pupil of the eye with a layer of Ultramarine blue. I then used a very thin layer of burnt sienna to areas of the body and also over the top of the previous layer of ultramarine blue darks of this little cutie. I let it dry completely.

 

Step 4

Here you can see how I started to refine the shape more and I continued to deepen the darks. This was accomplished by alternating very thin layers of the ultramarine blue and burnt sienna. I know you are thinking – why not just use the mixed blue-black everywhere? Using multiple thin layers builds depth and variation in your color which makes for a much more interesting painting.

 

Step 5

I added an extremely thin layer of burnt sienna to the body to give it some more color. I reshaped the irises and repainted them with burnt sienna. You can see where I lifted out some highlights on the face to give it more form.

 

Step 6

To finish the painting I darkened the face more and lifted out highlights in the eyes and nose. I also neutralized the blue Shadow under his face some with a thin layer of burnt sienna.

That is it, all done and with only 2 colors!

 

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Thank you for reading to the end :).  I hope you enjoyed this pug demo.

 

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Lemons Study in Watercolor Step by Step Demo

Lemons Study in Watercolor Step by Step Demo

Lemons Study in Watercolor

This watercolor study of lemons was fun to paint. There is something about fruit that I love painting even if it is just a quick study.  Not to mention that the visual compliments of blue and yellow are one of my favorite color combinations, it feels so crisp and clean to me. For this painting I used the following colors:

  • Burnt Sienna (Winsor and Newton)
  • Hansa Yellow Light (DaVinci)
  • Indian Yellow (M. Graham)
  • Cobalt Blue (DaVinci)
  • Ultramarine Blue (DaVinci)

Step 1

I drew my lemons out on a 6x8″ piece of 200lb Saunders Waterford Cold Press paper. I taped it down with masking tape to a piece of gatorboard. I painted on masking fluid to save the white of the paper. You can see in the picture of drawing where I used the masking fluid.

Step 2

With clean water, I wet the background carefully keeping the water off of the lemons. I then used cobalt blue, applying a more concentrated color in the areas I wanted to be darker or in shadow. I let the painting dry completely.

Step 3

After the background was completely dry I wet the lemons and painted them with a nice layer of Hansa Yellow Light.  I then set it aside to dry completely lol you are going to be so tired of me saying that :). I cannot stress it enough let it dry completely before touching it 🙂

Step 4

I added a layer of thin Burnt Sienna to the shadows and added a mixture of Burnt Sienna and Ultramarine blue (brownish black) to the end of the lemon. If you notice my lemon on the right became bigger. I decided I wanted the lemons to overlap so I gently lifted some of the dark shadows with a soft synthetic flat brush.

Step 5

After the painting was completely dry I painted the half lemon with a mixture of Indian yellow and Hansa yellow light on the outer and inner edges of the sections of pulp. I painted straight Hansa in the middle of the sections while it was still wet. With the same warm mixture, I glazed over the left edge of the full lemon making sure to cover the lifted area as well. I then blended it out with water towards the middle of the lemon. I also dropped a little of this color over top of my masked highlights and blended it out with a damp brush. With a mixture of Hansa yellow and just a touch of Ultramarine, I made a yellow with a green cast. I used this cooler yellow to apply to the right side of the full lemon again blending it out towards the middle of the fruit. I let the painting dry completely.

Step 6

For step 6, I glazed over the background using Burnt Sienna on the corners and alternating with Ultramarine blue as I painted. Once the background was dry I removed all of the masking fluid. I reinforced my shadow areas with another layer for the warm and cool sides of the full lemon. Her it comes lol I let it dry completely 🙂

Step 7

I worked on the half lemon mostly creating a watery mix of Indian yellow, Burnt sienna and just a hint of Ultramarine blue creating a dull yellowish tan color. Using this color I shaped the pith and cleaned up the edges left from the masking.  Using this same color I darkened the shadow on the right side of the cut lemon and the shadow under the end of the full lemon. Mixing the Burnt Sienna and Ultramarine blue I created a dark almost black to paint the seed and center of the cut lemon. wetting the outer rim of white pith I dropped a little of the burnt sienna (very light) in some areas. I let the painting dry completely.

Step 8

To finish this study, I went back in with my darker colors adding another layer to the shadow areas always blending towards the center so the edges would not be hard. Once completely dry I removed the tape.

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Clematis Video a Demo in Watercolor

Clematis Video a Demo in Watercolor

This weeks post is going to be short but sweet 🙂

I have been working all week on the article (video) for you. The painting part was faster than the editing of the video. It took 5 hours of straight out working on this and it was painful lol. But the more I do it the easier it is becoming. This is my best one yet! Click on the link below to watch. Let me know what you think. Comment below and let me know if you would like to see more videos.

Thank you for sharing your time with me. I appreciate you and I am so thankful for your ongoing support.

 

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QOR Watercolors vs. DaVinci, M. Graham and Winsor Newton Watercolors

QOR Watercolors vs. DaVinci, M. Graham and Winsor Newton Watercolors

QOR vs. DaVinci

First off I just want to say that I love Golden paints, their acrylic is by far my favorite.  I was so excited when I heard that they were getting into watercolor as well. I didn’t rush out and buy them only for the fact that I have so much watercolor paint, I buy large tubes because of the batiks. I recently got some QOR (the name of the golden watercolor) paints when my husband brought them back for me when he was away on a trip.  Just to read their brochure convinced me that I now had a watercolor that was different from all the others 🙂 Here is what their brochure that comes in the package says:

“QOR Modern Watercolors – Deep, Rich, Beautiful color. QOR’s exclusive binder gives color greater intensity and clarity while retaining the best qualities of traditional watercolors. QOR offers a strength range and versatility unmatched in the history of watercolor.” 

Now we’re cooking with butter lol. I did a quick painting of my cat Charlie just to test them out. The QOR have a lovely feel to them and they cover nicely, so I decided to do some comparisons with some of my DaVinci watercolors.

I was very surprised at the comparisons. The two paints were so similar it was hard to tell the difference.  There were a couple of slight differences:

  • the QOR Alizarin was a tad brighter after it dried
  • I found the DaVinci Hansa had a bit more vibrancy but again nothing that was plain to see.

The chart above shows the colors next to each other and their transparency. The colors that are less transparent leave a hazy film over the black line. After the black line, you will see a line where I attempted to lift the dried paint with a synthetic paint brush. They were all pretty close when it came to lifting the paint off of the paper. Here is what I noticed:

  • QOR Burnt Sienna and Ultramarine blue are not as transparent as the DaVinci (Qor are rated semi-transparent and DaVinci are rated Transparent so that makes sense).
  • I like the undertone of the QOR Alizarin better
  • I absolutely love the QOR Pyrolle red
  • I prefer the jewel-like depth of the M.Graham Phthalo Blue

Note: I tested the Pyrolle red against DaVinci Red because I was out of Winsor Red which would have been a closer equivalent. Also, the Phthalo blue tested against the QOR was made by M. Graham I have yet to find a brand I like better for the Phthalos.

 

If you compare the 3 different Burnt Sienna paints above, the QOR and DaVinci are very close. The Winsor Newton is my all time favorite Burnt Sienna, I love the orange tone. Although it has the same name, it is actually made from a different pigment than the other two.

There are many properties of color that you need to understand. Getting a handle on these will help you save time and money. You can learn more about color by downloading my free guide  –  “5 Things You Need To Know Before Buying Watercolor” 

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Glazing with Watercolor a How-to Article and Video

Glazing with Watercolor a How-to Article and Video

GLAZING WITH WATERCOLOR A HOW-TO ARTICLE AND VIDEO

 

Glazing

Glazing is painting one color on top of another dry color to change the value or color.

I wanted to touch a little more on glazing this week after my demo in last weeks article. I hope this exercise will help anyone who is still a little unsure about glazing.

Draw 3 – 2-inch squares, paint them with juicy pigment (not watery) with Winsor or Hansa Yellow, Winsor or pyrrole Red, and Burnt Sienna. Allow this to completely dry. Touch the squares to the back of your hand if it feels cool to touch it is still wet. You could dry these with a hairdryer to speed up the drying time.

After they are completely dry you are going to mix up about the same consistency as before of Ultramarine blue. Cover each square with the blue.  As you can see in the picturebelow, you have created a 3rd color by glazing the 2nd color over top of the first.

Below are the results of mixing the same colors we glazed with the ultramarine blue on the palette before applying them to the paper, they are dull and boring compared to the glazed versions. That is why I love glazing!

Below is a quick video demo on glazing. Please note that between every layer of new color, I let the painting dry completely before adding another layer.

The video has no sound 🙂 I struggled with this, sorry for the poor quality. The next one will be better 🙂

Here is a close up picture of the lily bud from the video. I could have kept adding layers to this to make it more detailed but I hope this was enough to give you the process of glazing with watercolor.

Click on image to enlarge

Hi, I'm Krista!

I am an artist who truly loves to share and help people succeed. I want everyone who paints or wants to paint to have a joyful experience. I want them to have the tools and the foundation that they need. I look forward to sharing my knowledge with you so your journey with art can be a rewarding one!

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My Painting Secrets Revealed

My Painting Secrets Revealed

I am super excited about my new project. I’ll be writing a new series of articles on art techniques, inspiration, creativity and art demos. If this is something you’d find interesting you can  SIGN-UP HERE.

I believe you get back what you give and I can’t wait to share my art knowledge with you!

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Sunbury Shores Art Show – Re-cap of opening night

What a great opening night! The staff and volunteers at Sunbury Shores Art and Nature Centre are fantastic.  I thought I would share some of the pictures from that night, I had such a great time. It was wonderful seeing such a big turn out and getting to speak with friends, family, and new acquaintances. Between the sales and the great company, it was a huge success. Thank you to everyone who attended, to my new collectors. Last but not least thank you to Claire and Janie, you have been awesome to work with.

Sunbury Shores has and an online shop where you can view the watercolor batiks in my show, it will be up until the end of the show – View Show  

Nature’s Essence by Krista Hasson Solo Show at Sunbury Arts and Nature Centre

Natures Essence solo art show Krista Hasson

My solo exhibit “Nature’s Essence” will be hung this upcoming Wednesday. You can see it at Sunbury Shores Art and Nature Centre in St. Andrews NB.

I can’t believe how fast the time goes by. It has been a super crazy busy start to 2017, these last 3 months I haven’t stopped. That is a good thing though it keeps me out of trouble lol. I will be attending the opening of the show on Friday night April 7th, 2017 from 5 pm to 7 pm, I would love to see you there. Make sure you come by and say hi!

Here are the details:

NATURE’S ESSENCE by Krista Hasson

April 7 – April 29, 2017

Opening reception – Friday, April 7th – 5 pm to 7 pm

 

Sunbury Shores Arts & Nature Centre

139 Water Street, St. Andrews NB  E5B 1A7

Phone: 506.529.3386

Here is a link to my exhibit page on their website:

http://sunburyshores.org/exhibitions-2017/krista-hasson-2/

 

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I love dogs! Oil and Watercolor Pug Paintings

Pug oil painting commission

This little pug is Ozzie – oil  8×10″. He was a Christmas commission that I did for a wonderful client, she had it painted for her husband. This is actually the third pug I have painted for her, the first two were her daughter’s dogs. I am such an animal lover and always had pets growing up just about every type lol. I have a dog and a cat right now, but dogs are my favorite and I love painting them! The early pug paintings are in watercolor, you can see them below.

Pug watercolor painting Krista Hasson

Watercolor painting Black pug dog Krista Hasson

Finished Watercolor on Rice Paper (batik) Paintings

Watercolor batik painting - Rural Beauty

“Rural Beauty” 16×20″ watercolor on rice paper (batik) by Krista Hasson

These are the watercolors that I finished back before Christmas. I thought I would give you a break from my 30 paintings in 30 days lol. I am in the process of finishing up more and will post then as soon as I am done. Thanks for looking.

Watercolor batik painting - Country Sojourn
“Country Sojourn” 16×20″ watercolor on rice paper (batik) by Krista Hasson

Water's Edge - Watercolor Batik painting

“Waters Edge” 18×18″ watercolor on rice paper (batik) by Krista Hasson

"Lone Pine #3" 12x24" watercolor on rice paper (batik) by Krista Hasson

“Lone Pine #3″ 12×24” watercolor on rice paper (batik) by Krista Hasson

 

Seven Watercolors on Rice Paper (Batik) Started WIP

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So Excited! I started 7 new paintings today. I have one layer of paint and one layer of wax on. This is the second layer of paint pictured below. They are hanging to dry waiting for another layer of wax. These paintings are all treed landscapes, two of which have old barns. My studio as you can see is a mess lol when I start new paintings I have tunnel vision, so the mess will have to wait until I am done. I will keep you posted with updates as I progress.

 

Thanks for stopping in. Comments always welcome and appreciated!

 

Last Gallery Hop until Spring – uptown Saint John Oct.16

colorful Fields watercolor on rice paper batik by Krista Hasson           Watercolor batik painting - Clematis

“Meandering Field”  14 x 11″      “Clematis”     14 x 11″
Watercolor on rice paper             Watercolor on rice paper
by Krista Hasson $450.00            by Krista Hasson $450.00

This is upcoming Friday night Oct. 16 is the last Gallery Hop of the season. Hopefully, everyone will be able to make it out. The artwork in this post will all be available for purchase at the Trinity Gallery on 128 Germain Street. They are open from 5 – 8 pm on Friday night for the Hop. I hope to see you there!

See Below for details on the Hop.

Watercolor batik painting - Tranquil Shore   Under Cover - Watercolor Batik painting on rice paper for sale
“Tranquil Shore”  16 x 20″               “Under Cover” 11 x 14″
Watercolor on rice paper                  Watercolor on rice paper
by Krista Hasson $800.00               by Krista Hasson $450.00

Gallery Hop – Fri Oct 16, uptown Saint John.

4:00-8:00 pm. Join in the excitement of going from gallery to gallery to view the latest exhibitions, meet the artists and gallery directors/owners, enjoy some light refreshments, and delight in conversing with friends along the way. The Gallery Hops are a popular event in Saint John.

Participating galleries include:

Public Galleries: 4-6 pm

City of Saint John Gallery, 20 Peel Plaza /
Imperial Theatre, 24 King Square South / Library Millennium Artplace, 1 Market Square / New Brunswick Museum, 1 Market Square / Saint John Arts Centre, 20 Peel Plaza / Third Space Gallery, various locations

Commercial Galleries: 5-8 pm 

Citadel Gallery, 162 Charlotte St. / Cobalt Gallery, 111 Prince William St. / Handworks Gallery, 12 King St. / Jones Gallery & Studio, 73 Duke St. / Peter Buckland Gallery, 35 Duke St. / Trinity Galleries, 128 Germain St.

New Floral and Landscape Spring Paintings by Krista Hasson Available at Trinity Galleries in Saint John NB

Here are all of my latest spring paintings that have bee dropped off to Trinity Galleries in Saint John NB. If you would like to view or purchase any of these paintings please contact the gallery. The post below with the still life can also be viewed and purchased at Trinity Galleries.  I hope you enjoy these, have a wonderful week!

Watercolor batik painting - Spring Birches
Spring Birches #1  Mixed Media,
25 x 12″ by Krista Hasson
Spring Birches 2 Watercolor on rice paper by Krista Hasson
Spring Birches #2,  Mixed Media
25 x 12″ by Krista Hasson
Watercolor batik painting - Cone Flowers #2
Cone Flowers #2 , Mixed Media, 20 x 16″ by Krista Hasson
Watercolor batik painting - Cone Flowers #3
Cone Flowers #3, Mixed Media
25 x 12″ by Krista Hasson

My latest Mixed Media Paintings, inspired by the arrival of Spring!

I just finished 11 new paintings. They will be heading to Trinity Galleries tomorrow. Here are three still life that I was inspired to do with flowers that we will soon see in bloom here as spring gets underway. It has been a long hard winter this year. Here is hoping spring is warm and sunny : )  I will post the other paintings later. Have a great day everyone and thank you for taking the time to look and comment on my work, I greatly appreciate it

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“Green Bottle” 20 x 16″ Mixed Media
on Rice Paper by Krista Hasson
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“Milk Bottle” 20 x 16″ Mixed Media
on Rice paper by Krista Hasson
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“Glass Bottle” 20 x 16″ Mixed Media
on Rice paper by Krista Hasson

My latest Mixed Media Paintings, inspired by the arrival of Spring!

 I just finished 11 new paintings. They will be heading to Trinity Galleries tomorrow. Here are three still life that I was inspired to do with flowers that we will soon see in bloom here as spring gets underway. It has been a long hard winter this year. Here is hoping spring is warm and sunny : )  I will post the other paintings later. Have a great day everyone and thank you for taking the time to look and comment on my work, I greatly appreciate it

“Green Bottle” 20 x 16″ Mixed Media
 on Rice Paper by Krista Hasson

“Milk Bottle” 20 x 16″ Mixed Media
on Rice paper by Krista Hasson

“Glass Bottle” 20 x 16″ Mixed Media
on Rice paper by Krista Hasson

Watercolor Redefined by Krista Hasson Opening at the Saint John Arts Centre

ART-CENTER-INVITElast

I would like to extend an invitation to anyone who loves art and will be in the Saint John NB area on the 13th of September to join me at the opening for my show “Watercolor Redefined” I will have 27 paintings in this show. For those of you that can’t attend I will post some pictures after the opening. Hope to see you there. Please feel free to add yourself to my facebook event page.

Win A Tin Of Chocolates with a picture of Krista Hasson’s painting “Sunflowers” on it.

Win this Sunflower tin of chocolates

I was thrilled earlier this year when Rogers Chocolates licensed the right to reproduce my painting “Sunflowers” for one of their Canadian Artists Series chocolate tins. I had bought a few as gifts for friends and family and I had one left. I decided I would like to share it with one of my many supporters.
That is why I am doing a give away over on my Facebook page. I wanted to make sure that all of my wonderful and loyal blogger friends have an chance to enter as well. To enter simply go to my Facebook art page:  FACEBOOK like my page and share this pic and you are automatically in.

If you would like to see more info on the chocolates you can go here: Rogers Chocolates
I would love to hear any stories about successes and failures you have had doing a give away on you Facebook or blog.

Just to let you know these are one of the best chocolates I have ever tasted : )
 Have an awesome night everyone!

Rice Paper Paintings for my Solo Art Show in Moncton, NB by Krista Hasson

Hooper’s Garden Shed – 24 x 12″
Watercolor on rice paper by Krista Hasson

Irises  –  24 x 12″
Watercolor on rice paper by Krista Hasson

These two paintings are going in my solo show (along with 25 others) at the Capitol Theartre Art Gallery in Moncton, NB Canada. They are two of my favourites, plus I really love the long format. My show runs from Jan2 to Feb 27th. Opening reception is Jan 2 from 5 to 7pm. I hope to see some familiar faces and looking forward to meeting some new ones.

Red Poppy Watercolor Painting on Rice Paper by Krista Hasson

“Poppy”  16×20″
Watercolor on Rice Paper by Krista Hasson

This is one of the latest paintings I have finished. It is 16×20 and done with watercolor on rice paper. I have been painting non stop lately it seems : ) I love it! It leaves little time for other things, hopefully now that summer is over I will have some time to catch up on my blogging. Hope everyone has a fantastic day!!

Daffodil Delight! Watercolor painting on rice paper

I have finished many new paintings lately, I have not had a lot of computer time as I am getting ready for many upcoming events. This watercolor on rice paper is 18 x 26″ . I find posting these on blogger really dulls the color down, I saturated this a bit more hoping it will be closer to the real life version. I hope everyone has been well and are being creative! : )   Have a great night.

Spring Thaw – Birch Tree Painting Watercolor on Rice Paper

Spring Thaw 14×20″
Watercolor on Rice Paper by Krista Hasson

Here is one of the paintings finished, still working on the other 4. I have been very busy, hoping to get them all finished up soon. This one is 14×20″. The painting is actually a little more saturated in real life. I find that when I post them on blogger it always dulls the color down some.
Hope everyone is having a terrific weekend!

3rd Landscape on Rice Paper – Watercolor Painting

This is the last one of the 3 I just finished, it is 12×24″ and watercolor on rice paper. I can not believe how excited I get about these paintings. I don’t think I will ever be able to paint realism again lol. Oh and again I have no name : ( . I also just finished drawing out 5 more in various sizes, and can’t wait to start them. Hope everyone is having a great day. Happy painting!

UNCONVENTIONAL WATERCOLOR show at the Imperial

My solo show was hung on the 19th of March and runs from the 20th of March until the 27th of May. There will be a reception on the 14th of April from 2pm to 4pm. The artist’s reception is a little later, but hey..better late than never. I look forward to seeing friends and family, old and new faces. Everyone is welcome and feel free to bring anyone else who enjoys art. Thanks and have a wonderful weekend

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