Watercolour Landscape Workshop Form

September 30 - October 1, 2021
10:00 am - 12:00 pm (1 hr lunch break) 1:00pm - 2:00pm

Hello! I am delighted that we will be painting together. I hope you will enjoy our workshop and learn loads of new ideas and techniques. The main demonstration videos will be posted here after the workshop. It takes a day or two for me to have the videos prepared and uploaded to this website, so please be patient. I am offering the videos as a bonus for you to paint along with for 30 days. Please do not share. This page is only visible to the workshop students.

Thanks to the Belleville Art Association for hosting this event. 

Below you will find some reference photos, a general supply list, specific colours that I use in my demonstrations and a few student handouts.

There is no need to print the images or handouts. However, if you wish to print anything on this page, rather than printing directly from the website (and using a lot of ink!) just take a screen shot of the image or click and drag the images onto your desktop. You may need to resize before printing. 

Before the workshop, please watch this video:

Click Here For A Head Start - Testing Your Paints

On the days of the workshop have your paints and supplies ready to start painting!

See you soon, Linda


Linda Kemp www.lindakemp.com

Negative Painting Addicted

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FB Workshop Page where you can post your work



Course Description


General Supply List

Specific colours for each of the main projects are posted below. This is my usual watercolour supply list. You do not need to have identical colours. 

This is a Cheap Joe's 1" Skipper brush. If you are unable to purchase this brush, a 1" natural bristle brush from the paint department of the hardware store.

Demonstration Painting 

Day 1

Colours for this demonstration


Be sure to also have some Ultramarine Blue


Day 2 Projects 

We will be doing a lot of small paintings on day 2, so get ready to paint, paint, paint! Here are three of several pieces you will learn to create. We will use one plan and create variations on the design.

Have your favourite landscape colours ready to go. We will use fresh paint. Here are the selection I use in my demonstrations.

Plus an opaque such as Yellow Ochre, white or Holbein Jaune Brilliant. You do not have to use opaque if you prefer to only work with transparent colours.

Student Handouts 



Reference Photos

You may use your own photos but I suggest that you use the photos that I am providing here. These may not inspire you as much as your own photos but I will be using them and they will teach you soooooo much! 


 Bonus video! See the landscape in a different way.