Roses In Watercolor: Learn To Be Loosed While Painting Free class

Olga Peregood, Speaks: ENGLISH | РУCCКИЙ

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8 Videos (16m)
    • Watch The Trailer

    • Walk Into Teacher's Garden

    • Come To Teacher's Studio

    • Loosening Up Completely

    • Rainbow Palette for future Dog-rose

    • Lazy Techniques For Dog-rose

    • Branches Right From The Tube!

    • Teacher's Wish


About This Class


Back to Canada with these 3 wonderful paintings of roses painted from my garden in Belarus and a new class for you. I'm so glad to answer on most common questions from my students "How to be loosed?" as well as to give you morning routine for loose style painters to keep spontaneity.

Let's walk into my garden and get an inspiration. Then let's come to my studio and see how it turned when I took a brush..!

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I love it so much inspiration
enjoyable lesson.





Olga Peregood



I fall in love with watercolor after a long way on my art journey. I was a master of digital graphic when I was a professional web designer. I was making web design for web sites and GUI. My carrier move to design in polygraphy, publishing and press. All my art was about the definition, sharpness and pixels. I was like a fish in a water in graphical programs. I saw color in CMYK, lines as vector objects. Today watercolor became my philosophy, it`s a state of mind, which comes from things I have always dream to aim for in my life - freedom, positive thinking, letting go life as it is, uniqueness, wellness and this process are still long. Today my passion for this magical medium led me to my Skillshare class to freely share my new art adventures and discoveries among wonderful artists and I am so happy with that! I paint not only one particular subject. I paint everything I see interesting and what excites me as time goes by. Scroll my Instagram for get an idea [] Mostly I love to paint from my imagination. I use my photos only for defining shapes and curves.  There is always a story behind each my painting which I share on my blog [] There is also my YouTube channel [lazywonderbrush] with my tutorials, tips and tricks, my discoveries in watercolor, answers on questions, my sources of inspiration and so on and so far.