Artistic vision is about learning to see in every aspect of life and experience. My blog is a commentary on my journey towards learning to see in my own art, my teaching, my faith, my family and, generally, the World around me.
ArtPlantae is a resource provider whose objective is to increase botanical literacy by encouraging an interest in plants and nature through illustration. Visit our site to learn about botanical illustration and botany, and to participate in "Ask The Artist" Q&A's, author events, and more! This educational website serves as a gathering place connecting artists, educators, and naturalists.
Artsonia is a student art museum where young artists display their art for other kids worldwide to view. This gallery displays schools (K-12) and student art projects in our museum and offer exciting lesson plan art project ideas.
Atelier Dualis is a fine arts educational institution with a dual focus on Fine Art training and education in Entrepreneurship and Business so artists can develop art skills as well as sustainable careers.
Australian Botanical Artist - Heidi Willis - Painting Tutorials
Learn to paint realistic watercolor botanicals from leading botanical artist and painting tutor, Heidi Willis. With a well established reputation for her Natural History and watercolor work, Heidi's paintings are celebrated around the globe for their precision, quality and beauty. With workshops booked out 18 months in advance, Heidi has expanded her teaching to online tutorials in a bid to assist people around the globe wanting to learn botanical painting skills. Heidi's tutorials cover everything from Studio Basics ('the REAL basics') to finished botanical paintings. With a focus on having fun with the watercolour medium, her non technical approach declutters students minds and anxieties and allows students to moving forwards, building on knowledge and skill with each subsequent tutorial. Her 'NutShell' series place specific elements or points of focus under the spotlight to explore the finer points of botanical painting even more closely.