To help you enjoy the world of watercolours. Frank teaches you his famous “Have Some More Fun” technique of watercolour painting.
Fruit – Frank employs the use of basic shapes as he creates a colourful still life.
Flowers of Summer – Frank captures the beauty of summer flowers in today’s lesson.
Rouen – Vase of daffodils – In Rouen, Frank visits a ceramics museum and recalls the tale of Joan of Arc, who met her fiery finale in this Cathedral city.
Wildflowers – A bunch of wild daisies is the inspirations for Frank’s still life.
By The Sea
Broken Jetty – A broken down wooden jetty makes the ideal focal point for this pretty harbour scene.
Fisherman’s Cottage – Fishing is part of the lifestyle of the Connemara region. Here near Cleggan, Frank paints a fisherman’s cottage and boat with Inishbofin in the background.
Pier at Portaferry – The sky, the sea, the sand combine to create this wonderful landscape.
Honfleur – Frank visits the delightful harbour town of Honfleur at the mouth of the Seine, a town which was and still is a magnet for artists.
Monochrome – Frank introduces the four elements of every painting using his “Have some more fun” method.
Moonlight Landscape – A wooded scene on a moonlit night is the subject of today’s lesson.
Glendalough – In this programme Frank is joined by his friend Finbar Furey in the beautiful setting of Glendalough (Glen of the two lakes) and shows you how to paint it’s famous Round Tower.
Mist covered Mountain -The walls of Ashford Castle are adorned by the works of famous landscape painter Frank McKelvie. He is one of Frank’s favourite artists who is renowned for his misty mountain renderings.
Also available, Franke Clarke’s Simply Painting: World of Watercolours