Watercolor Loose Style Leafy Wreath - Step-by-Step

Pooja Kenjale-Umrani, Watercolorist & Soy Candle Maker

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9 Lessons (53m)
    • 1. What is inside the class?

      2:40
    • 2. Supplies

      2:26
    • 3. Let Us Warm up!

      5:38
    • 4. Part 1(A) Main Branches

      11:24
    • 5. PART 1(B) Main Branches Conti.

      6:40
    • 6. Part 2(A) Additional Branches

      6:02
    • 7. Part 2(B) Additional Branches Conti.

      7:54
    • 8. Part 3 Filler Twigs and Leaves

      7:41
    • 9. Ideas and Conclusion

      2:11

About This Class

Hi! I am Pooja, the artist behind the Instagram account “By The Lakeside Art Studio” (@by_the_lakeside) and I welcome you to my 7th Skillshare Class!

Wreaths have significant meaning for the season. Its circular shape represents eternity, for it has no beginning and no end. To some it represents an unending circle of life. The evergreen, most frequently used in making wreathes, symbolizes growth and everlasting life! 

Earlier when I published my class - 20 types of Watercolor Leaves, I called it a leaf therapy and invited you guys to experience the joy of drawing leaves! Taking a step beyond that and calling this class a sequel to it, I designed this class to paint a loose style leafy wreath. I feel you will experience a satisfying process where in I will paint a fully detailed leafy wreath from start to end along with you. I will share my thought process about how I approach and finish painting a loose style watercolor wreath in my own style.

I will also show you a variety of sample wreaths (more than 15) that will inspire you to create wreaths using various types of leaf shapes!

If you enjoyed the earlier class, I promise this one will be even better. So go grab your greens and let’s shape our leaves into a beautiful wreath!

I would love to see your projects so don't forget to upload them here on Skillshare. You can also tag me @by_the_lakeside on Instagram so I can see your projects there and share them in my stories. 

Thanks for taking this class with me!

Happy Painting,

Pooja