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  • 2024 CALENDAR


    This high-quality, ring-bound, A4-sized calendar (opens out to A3) features a collection of work painted by Peter during the last 12 months.

    Bronte Country is featured prominently having recently moved to West Yorkshire, with a wild and wintery Top Withens and several Dales scenes from visits to Malham, The Strid and Ilkley Moor. From the Lake District, Ullswater and Langdale are depicted in all their glory while The Peak District is also featured, with the Limestone Way at Monyash and a snowscene from near Ashbourne.

    Closed: 300mm x 210mm (approx 12" x 8½")
    Open: 300mm x 420mm (approx 12" x 16½")

    The Watercolour Sourcebook

    Price: £14.99

    (This link will take you directly to the Search Press order page)

    Published by Search Press
    Publication Date: 11th April 2022
    ISBN 9781782218975

    The Watercolour Sourcebook is a compilation of four selected titles from the What to Paint series, chosen specially to illustrate the wide range of scenes and subjects that can be captured in watercolour.

    The works of four master watercolourists Geoff Kersey, Terry Harrison, Peter Woolley and Wendy Tait are brought together in a collection of 60 beautiful, detailed projects on the subjects of trees, woodlands and forests; landscapes; hills and mountains and flowers respectively. Each project results in a full painting that is accompanied at the end of the book by a full-size outline that can be copied and applied to the artist's own watercolour paper using tracedown paper and pencil.

    The Watercolour Sourcebook aims to provide a wealth of inspiration to the painter who struggles to decide upon their subject matter, and arms the artist with everything they need to know about what they're about to paint, from colour palette to useful techniques.

    Drawing Towards Watercolour


    Published by David & Charles
    UK Hardback Edition ISBN 0-7153-1994-9

    In Drawing Towards Watercolour Peter Woolley tells you all you need to know to create great landscape paintings.

    Peter takes as his starting point the basics of looking at the world around you. He then shows the techniques and processes behind field sketches and how to develop the work as a studio sketch before producing a finished painting. He demonstrates in simple exercises exactly how to approach such essentials as composition and perspective, using drawing as a key stage towards painting in watercolour.

    All copies ordered online from this site are personally signed by the author.

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    Hills and Mountains in Watercolour (What To Paint)


    Published by Search Press
    Publication Date: 10th February 2015
    ISBN 978-1-78221-089-4

    Watercolour artist, Peter Woolley, presents a stunning collection of 24 paintings encompassing a variety of scenes from gentle slopes and rolling hills to dramatic peaks of far-off mountain ranges. As this is part of the 'What To Paint' series, each painting is accompanied by outline transfers, which are ideal for beginners who want to get started painting landscapes without requiring the necessary drawing skills, and plenty of expert tips and advice on how to paint them.

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