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  1. Kim Shenberger 4 years ago

    I am a complete and total novice to watercolor but am determined to apply myself to learning because I know that with hard work and perserverance, I can improve and grow.

    I’ve had your book for about three weeks now and read through it three times before picking up a brush. I felt prepared to give it a go and I’ve already seen improvement and the beginnings of confidence–not in my talent or skill, but in my ability to learn.

    Thank you for such great resources, Anna!

  2. Kim Shenberger 4 years ago

    I am a complete and total novice to watercolor but am determined to apply myself to learning because I know that with hard work and perserverance, I can improve and grow.

    I’ve had your book for about three weeks now and read through it three times before picking up a brush. I felt prepared to give it a go and I’ve already seen improvement and the beginnings of confidence–not in my talent or skill, but in my ability to learn.

    Thank you for such great resources, Anna!

  3. Brenda Laurence 2 years ago

    Thank you. I have subscribed to this blog. And will add GRIT to my watercolor experiences.

  4. Bev Morgan 2 years ago

    Thank you for this inspirational message on “grit”. It affirms what I learned as a child at the piano practicing scales. They were not easy, especially as they got longer and more complex. But as I was willing to do them I would be able to play Mozart and Beethoven and Chopin. They were the building blocks and it took grit then as it does now some 65 years later. I’m new to painting but I absolutely love it. And although my pieces don’t always look like yours Anna, I’ve given myself permission not to be perfect in my infancy even if I haven’t had the courage to post. No grit no gain. Off to my blueberry for now.

  5. Elisabeth Andersen 7 months ago

    I started with watercolors 27 years ago. I painted for 2 years but wasn’t satisfied with what I achived. I had a teacher who was a proffecional painter herself. She wasn’t abel to explain to me what to do and why so I stopped painting waiting for better times. “Better times” came when I first met Anna on Craftsy. The moment I saw Annas technic I knew that I could do that. Small brushes and small brushstrokes that was me. I have to Tel that I have worked as a dentist for 30 years. That have helped me a lot. I started with the pear – not Williams pear – and I really struggeled. After 3 times pear I was nearly giring up. Then I discovered the beginner coarses at started with the pea. Then things started to happen. Annas videos is of great help.

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