Watercolor Paintings of Houses by Jeanna
House Portrait Pencil...Watercolor Paintings... Colored Pencil Drawings..
No matter what the
event—whether a retirement party,
a housewarming, or a simple expression of gratitude—a beautiful watercolor
paintings capture your feelings in vivid, unforgettable detail. The incredible watercolor paintings technique in
each painting will make a long-lasting impression on whoever is lucky enough to receive it. Timeless, lovely,
and easy to display, watercolor paintings brightens up any room and makes for a wonderful conversation
piece. The exquisite craft and style realized in each painting is a portrait not only of the artist’s
imagination, but your particular sensibility. With a watercolor paintings, you can give a gift that people will
cherish for years.
8" x 10" Watercolor Painting = $ 75
11" x 14" Watercolor Painting = $ 95
Add an animal = $ 15.00
Change in seasons = $ 20.00
Mounted in black art mat included
Watercolor Paintings of Houses - Real estate closing
Realtors stand out from your competition, with the unique but
affordable closing gift of a home portrait artistically expressed in watercolor paintings. Your clients will
always remember you and your help finding them the perfect house through this wonderful housewarming gift. A
small personal handwritten note can be discretely added to the bottom of the home portrait to help them always
remember who helped them buy their dream home.
Techniques used to create watercolor
Watercolor paintings can be created using several
techniques. Wash technique,
glazing, wet in wet and dry brush are several techniques that have been used throughout the ages to create
stunning watercolor paintings. These are the basic methods of applying watercolor paint to paper which are
used in watercolor paintings.
The wash technique is the application of very diluted wet
paint applied to paper, usually to block in large areas of color in watercolor paintings. This wash technique
will not show any brush strokes, but just be a light wash of color in varying grades of opacity. It is also
know as a flat wash, because the paper is laid flat to stop the wash from running down the
The glazing process used in watercolor paintings is the
application of varying opacity of paints that are applied over a layer of paint that has already dried. The
added layer is transparent enough to allow the under layer to show through. This is a very popular technique
to give depth and dimension to watercolor paintings. It is used to mix two colors, to adjust color or to
achieve a color transition from light to dark.
Applying paint to a surface that is either wet with water
or with a watercolor wash that has not dried is called the wet in wet technique. This method is used to block
in color, or create variations in color saturation in watercolor paintings. Wet in wet is commonly used to
create backgrounds and skies.
Dry brush is the name given to the technique of using a
slightly wet watercolor brush and picking up undiluted pigment to apply to fairly dry paper. This watercolor
painting technique results in sharp and very saturated colors. It is wonderful to use in watercolor paintings
to highlight areas you want to draw attention to and for adding detail to watercolor
These are the basic techniques used to create watercolor
paintings and which distinguish watercolor paintings from other media. These techniques are commonly used for
watercolor paintings of landscapes, botanicals, portraits and still lives.