15-Minute Watercolor Masterpieces: Create Frame-Worthy Art in Just a Few Simple Steps (Paperback)
Create Breathtaking Watercolor Paintings in No Time
With this collection of easy, step-by-step instructions, unlocking your creativity with watercolor has never been easier. Follow along as Anna Koliadych, founder of DearAnnArt, guides you through painting your own watercolor masterpieces in just 15 minutes.
These 50 projects have something for everyone, from underwater landscapes to galaxies, from fashion sketches to tasty sweets. Learn to paint a meadow of poppies, a cosmic tea cup, a set of high heels or a tabby cat all in one quick evening. Whether you’re new to watercolor or have been practicing for years, these colorful designs are perfect for a relaxing afternoon alone or as an activity for the whole family.
In each lesson, Anna highlights efficient techniques, like sketching your design with simple shapes, or adding small, beautiful details, so you can create the most charming artwork in the shortest amount of time—even if you’ve never painted before!
About the Author
Anna Koliadych is an artist, illustrator and watercolor enthusiast. She founded DearAnnArt, an online art school where she teaches watercolor techniques and step-by-step lessons. Anna currently lives in London.
“A delightful step-by-step guidebook to creating incredible paintings with ease. Perfect for beginners looking to wet their brushes and dip into the world of watercolor.”
“I’m excited for everyone to get their hands on this book—it’s a must-have!”
—Shelly Kim, Letters by Shells, author of Digital Hand Lettering and Modern Calligraphy
“You will enjoy learning how to recreate gorgeous paintings with Anna’s simple directions, creating your very own treasured art.”
—Sharon Laakkonen, Art Philosophy by Prima Marketing Inc.
“Whether it’s understanding the medium, exploring techniques or creating glorious landscapes, 15-Minute Watercolor Masterpieces is the perfect step-by-step guide to explore the diversity of watercolor.”
—Ronan McGeough, artist