by Janine Gallizia

Pro Secrets: Mastering Structure in Watercolor Painting

The fastest way to improve your paintings and create instant impact for any level. Master structure and see your paintings improve momentarily with professional artist and international judge Janine Gallizia

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Welcome to our dynamic new watercolor course led by internationally acclaimed artist Janine Gallizia! In this immersive experience, you'll delve into the world of landscape, waterscape, and still-life painting, mastering the use of structure to consistently achieve remarkable results.

Structure is the foundation of every painting, it is also the best kept secret professional artists know that most amateurs don't. This course will teach you not only what the structure is, but also how to identify it in every subject and also how to make sure it is working to improve your paintings.

Whether you're seeking to break through creative plateaus or elevate your art, this course equips you with practical strategies and comprehensive techniques, helping you create unified, impactful paintings. Join us and unlock your watercolor potential with Janine Gallizia!

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Meet your instructor
Janine Gallizia

Author of the course

  • Highly recognized international artist, juror, teacher, organizer of international art shows, art director of “The Art of Watercolour” magazine.
  • Australian-born Janine Gallizia began her artistic journey at a young age, showcasing a natural affinity for creativity. Her early exposure to art paved the way for her illustrious career.
  • Her art has been exhibited and celebrated in countries like Belgium, France, Australia, and Canada. Gallizia is not only an artist but also a revered instructor, known for her insightful and engaging workshops that draw students globally. 
  • She has won numerous awards, showcasing her talents and contributing to her international acclaim.
  • Janine is renowned for her atmospheric and lighting effects in watercolor, emphasizing subtlety and strength in her works. Her approach to watercolor is marked by a blend of technical skill and emotional depth, creating captivating and vibrant paintings.
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Lesson "My Favourite Target Exercises that WORK"

Duration: 1 h 54 min

Value: €/$30

During this lesson, you will get acquainted with Janine’s personal method she uses herself to improve her technique and paintings. The lesson will walk you through 4 of Janine’s favorite Target Exercises she has used for over 20 years of teaching to help artists of all levels improve their paintings in just a few days.

Certificate of completion (in Elite Plan)

Upon completion of the course for the students of Elite plan we issue a certificate. The certificate could be used as a proof of your qualification's upgrade at work (if it is related to arts) and for your private affairs as a recognition of your mastery in painting. 

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Which materials do you need 
for the course?

Paper : 

Arches, Cold pressed (fine grain). 300 gms.

Colours : 
Burnt Sienna, Gold Ochre/Raw Sienna, Winsor Red, Ultramarine Blue, Cobalt Turquoise, Winsor Blue (Green shade), Quinacridone Violet . Any white (Janine uses gouache). Сolor are by Winsor & Newton, but most brands are great today and will be fine. 

Brushes : 
Raphael 'Mop' brush, series 803. Size 4. 
SAA 'Large Oval Wash Brush'. Size 18mm. 
Escoda 'Perla' for all details. Size 6.

This list of materials is intended as a recommendation. Please remember that it's just a guide. Feel free to use any paper and any colors you have available. There's no need to purchase new items specifically for this course.

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