Description - Paint and Frame: Botanical Painting by Sara Meadows
Learn to create precious water-colour paintings that you can paint and frame in just one day. Paint and Frame: Botanical Water-colour features 15 charming modern water-colour projects including florals, nature scenes, and more. With step-by-step instructions and water-colour paper included, you can try your hand at these 'mini'" projects, and then you can instantly display your painting in one of the enclosed frames. Add patterns or colours to your frame, then simply fold it to an upright position, and your brand new water-colour painting can be displayed inside it. Stop storing your art projects in a drawer while you wait to get frames. These handcrafted frames are ideal for displaying artwork around the house, at your desk, or to mail as a lovely handmade gift. Paint and Frame: Botanical Water-colour comes with an instruction book, 15 step-by-step water-colour projects to try, an assortment of water-colour paper, and five fantastic frames to decorate and personalise yourself. This is the perfect gift for the beginner artist looking to display their work in an elegant way without paying for expensive frames.
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Format: Paperback / softback
(246mm x 190mm x mm)
Race Point Publishing
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Author Biography - Sara Meadows
Sara Boccaccini Meadows was born in the far north of the United Kingdom, where she spent much of her time exploring the outdoors with her parents and little sister. After graduating, she spent many years travelling the world, finding inspiration from different cultures and developing her unique painterly style. After living in the United Kingdom, South Korea, and Australia, she eventually settled in New York City in 2012, where she splits her time between textile design, illustration, and being a mother to her three-year-old daughter.
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