Last Friday the Halifax Art Society watched their president Paul Talbot-Greaves give a demonstration of ‘The Immediacy of Watercolour’. Paul used negative painting again and again to create stunning effects. Two layers of watercolour had to dry before an even darker layer was applied with a light hand. In the end Paul used some white gouache sparingly to add fine details of glistening on his stunning picture of a farm in North Yorkshire.
Watch this space after Christmas to learn more news from the HAS. Merry Christmas!