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Architectural Illustration

by Peter Jarvis Crowood (March 31, 2018)

This practical book looks at the fundamental principles that underpin the process of architectural illustration: to represent architectural design and the built environment in a way that the general public can...


Botanical Art with Scientific Illustration

by Sarah Jane Humphrey Crowood (May 21, 2018)

Botanical and scientific illustration share many common themes - the meticulous observation, the crucial composition, the precision of rendering and the accuracy of colour are all intrinsic to this niche genre...


Botanical Illustration

by Leigh Ann Gale Crowood (July 02, 2018)

Botanical Illustration - the complete guide explains the processes and methods behind this beautiful art genre. It highlights the importance of the requisite skills of close observation, accurate drawing and...


Painting Rivers from Source to Sea

by Rob Dudley Crowood (January 12, 2018)

Rivers can be enchanting or exciting, but are always absorbing. They provide a myriad of painting opportunities and challenges for the artist. Focusing on watercolour - one of the most direct of mediums - this...


Abstract Painting and Abstraction

by Emyr Williams Crowood (November 20, 2017)

Abstract painting and abstraction can be a daunting and frustrating genre of art. How should you approach a surface? How can you use colour effectively? How can you make better, more expressive paintings? This...


Drawing and Painting on Location: A guide to en plein-air

by Kevin Scully Crowood (February 06, 2017)

Working en plein-air is a French term that means literally 'in the open air' and, although artists have been doing just that for centuries, the concept is experiencing a resurgence today. Sketchers and painters...