See what's coming up in the January issue of Leisure Painter

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See what's coming up in the January issue of Leisure Painter

Take a look at all the practical painting and drawing advice on offer in this month's issue of Leisure Painter (out on December 1, 2017).

For you to try this month:

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  • David Webb begins a year-long series on watercolour techniques with a look at the flat wash
  • How to paint a snow scene from a photograph with Colin Joyce
  • Colin Joyce helps build your watercolour confidence to paint a winter landscape
  • Learn how to paint the texture of wood with Terry Harrison


  • Follow Trudy Friend as she experiments with drawing and painting techniques
  • Focus on the shadows as you paint a winter scene in acrylic with Charles Evans
  • Tony Paul starts a two-part series on portraits with ideas for drawing in pencil, charcoal and ink
  • Paint skies in the first of a four-part series on painting the elements of the landscape with Steve Strode
  • Winner of the Leisure Painter Award in this year's Open Competition, Jason Carlisle, talks about his passion for painting portraits
  • Unify your paintings with a six-colour palette and six exercises with John Mitchell
  • Make quick, lively sketched of animals with Gary Geraths
  • Adrienne Parker experiments with Sennelier's new Rive Gauche Fine Oil Colours for artists
  • Explore abstract painting processes with Linda Birch
  • Paint a market scene in old Casablanca using oil with Noel Gregory


  • Reader's letters
  • Things to do this month
  • Art club news, profiles and exhibition listings
  • Practical art books reviewed
  • Exhibitions from around the UK
  • Paintings from the PaintersOnline gallery

All this plus the first call for entries to this year's Open Art Competition in partnership with Patchings Art Centre, in the January issue of Leisure Painter - out on December 1, click here to purchase your copy.


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