Hues of watercolor 11th Edition
A structured watercolor painting workshop in Chennai by Sadhu Aliyur
About Sadhu Aliyur
His finely honed skills, astute observation and refined aesthetic sensibilities help him capture the essence of a scene in a few strokes. He makes the common look uncommon. He transforms the ordinary into the extraordinary.
In his hands nature comes alive in all its richness, textures, hues and forms. With a wash here and a dab there, the overwhelming beauty of the monsoon skies and rain drenched dwellings, are frozen for all time for the eyes of the connoisseur. The dramatic, fluffy, cloud-laden and infinite azure skies, the slanting trees bending in the wind, the bottomless emerald and aquamarine sea, all find expression in breathtaking compositions.
In a world filled with noise, Sadhu Aliyur finds his own unique voice that tells a compelling story.
It’s not surprising that the Sadhu has been honoured for his talent with awards in Kerala and outside. He has already had over 28 exhibitions and each time he brings a fresh look at his chosen subject and theme.
In fact the Kerala Lalithakala Academy chose Sadhu for this year’s Vijaya Raghavan Gold Medal Endowment.
He has also been recognized abroad. The Turkey International Water Colour Society recently honoured Shri Sadhu Aliyur for his contributions.
His paintings find a place of honour amongst the work of well-known water colour artists from over 50 nations worldwide, and also find pride of place in the art collections of many in India and abroad.
Now you too can get a taste of some of Shri Sadhu Aliyur’s best works – in Chennai artist taking 3 day structured watercolor painting workshop.
Don’t miss this opportunity to feast your senses on one of the modern-day masters of water colour and immerse yourself in his magical water world.
Join for this structured watercolor painting workshop & enjoy the magic wands on live.
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About Hues of Watercolor 11 – Watercolor Painting Workshop in Chennai
We all love color, and paint. It is such delicious stuff. But, drawing/sketching is the base of all painting. In that respect is very less artist who doesn’t acknowledge the importance of drawing in their work.
Learning Drawing gives you so many more alternatives as you go forward to produce and begin evolving your style in the painting. When you are painting, you can draw a whole object with only a few deft brush strokes
Painting takes the foundation of drawing. It is all about seeing and thinking. It all begins in the eyes and the mind.
You need to respect and view your subject, settle on a composition and make visual notes about it. Identify your subject effortlessly when your brain is running fast, exploring ideas or your eyes are travelling across your subject.
Watercolor painting is considered as a master medium. On that point is something about watercolor that attracts everyone’s wide interest. The watercolor painting can serve the magic from spilled wet wash to detailed dry brush effect which no other medium can.
Artists put his emotions into the painting where the pigments of watercolor play its major role in delivers the output.
In Hues of watercolor 11th edition – 3days structured watercolor painting workshop, the artist puts his thoughts on ‘Why sketching?’, ‘Why Watercolor?’ through his demos with foundations on drawing the landscapes, Still life & portrait.
Watercolor is such a medium, which may appear simple in execution; but, the same take years to be perfect.
This is a 3-day watercolor painting workshop will be apt for beginners – Intermediate watercolor enthusiasts. Lessons & exercises are designed to expand and improve drawing and watercolor painting skills.
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