Pascal anson. How can he be a tutor when his pictures consist of capital letters and stairs covered in sticky tape. (I'm not joking ) Septic. 5:35pm Sun 8 Apr
Agatha I so agree with you re watercolours. I prefer this medium myself but at the group I attend I am constantly being advised to paint my subject in acrylics. Watercolours can be vivid and dramatic,it depends on your use. SheilaM6:32pm Tue 3 Apr
Not the best way to teach How sad that one of the 'tutors' persuaded an entrant to change from watercolour to acrylic because watercolour is wishy washy. Turner would turn in his grave. Some of our most wonderful paintings are done in watercolour.
It would drive me crackers being talked to constantly by the tutors, and to have to stop painting to answer. I am convinced that all this 'advice' would be better kept until after the session. Agatha6:09pm Tue 3 Apr
Worth A Look If it wasn't for the so called experts. As one contestant said art is subjective. gina8:02pm Sun 1 Apr
Little devils. The public voting bokwanis picture as the best was out of devilment. Septic. 6:22pm Sun 1 Apr
Painting, not sob stories I want some one to win on their painting ability NOT because of the best sob story about their upbringing. SHOWMETHEMONET 5:34pm Sun 1 Apr
Artists Under Fire Turn the sound off, and enjoy the artists. The mentors are appalling, one of the pros should be locked up, but the works themselves are inspiring. Pseudspotter11:01am Mon 27 Feb
pinky ponk What do you want? More reality crap, antiques my a..., endless foody and quiz shows?? I like this and the pottery and sewing bee too. get real 2:30pm Mon 13 Feb
Lesley Tried to tell them it was a floating painting on a canvas but they either didn't get it or want to. She was better by far to several others including the winner imo. get real 7:05pm Sun 12 Feb
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