Probably no artist has done so much to inspire so many watercolour painters than the late Edward Wesson. Though he died in 1983 his paintings continue to soar in popularity and hardly a year goes by without another book celebrating the man and his art. His loose evocative style looked deceptively easy - the skill of a true master! West Country teaching artist Steve Hall is a devotee of Wesson and shows how to achieve his loose and spontaneous style in five inspiring demonstrations.
In this DVD Steve Hall, a wonderful loose and fluid watercolour painter who has co-written two books on Wesson, returns to one of Ted's old haunts, Walberswick on the Suffolk coast, to demonstrate the magic of Ted's painting technique.
Using Ted's trademark French polisher's mop brush, Steve paints five scenes that were favorites with Ted and reveals the secrets behind Ted's deceptively simple painting techniques.
Run time 88 minutes, Town House Films, UK, NTSC for North America, Japan, some South American countries