PORTSMOUTH
WATERCOLOUR
GROUP

Upcoming Events

Painting Southsea Beach

Painting Southsea Beach

Sunday 21 April
Southsea - 12pm - 2 Hours
Prazvi Pahwa
This is an art event where artists of all skill levels gather at Southsea to create and showcase their artwork inspired by the picturesque coastal scenery. Participants bring their own painting supplies and spend the day capturing the beauty of the beach through their own unique styles and perspectives.
A fun and relaxing opportunity for artists to come together and discover the various techniques needed to create a stunning watercolour landscape
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£24      
Victoria Park Serenity: A Watercolor Tribute

Victoria Park Serenity: A Watercolor Tribute

Sunday 19 May
Stanhope Rd, Portsmouth - 12pm - 2 Hours
Prazvi Pahwa
Experience the tranquil beauty of Victoria Park through vibrant watercolor strokes. From lush greenery to serene fountains, this painting captures the park's natural splendor and invites fellow artists to immerse themselves in its peaceful oasis within the city.
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£26      
ABOUT PORTSMOUTH
WATERCOLOUR
GROUP
Come along to our meetups to improve your art in a relaxed and social atmosphere and under the guidance of a professional instructor. Complete beginners to experienced artists all welcome.

Our 2 hour meetups are held in a different location each time, usually outdoors.

Bring your own materials. If you are a complete beginner all you need to start is a set of watercolour paints, brushes, and water container.

Who can attend? Open to all skill levels, from beginners to experienced artists. The instructor is there to help everyone.

The meeting point and full details for the day are sent in the booking confirmation email to the email address you provide at time of booking.

Join the Portsmouth Watercolour Group on Facebook to share your art and enjoy the art of other locals.
ARTISTS
Prazvi Pahwa
Prazvi has been painting with watercolors for over 5 years. She first discovered her love for the medium when she took a watercolor class in college and was enamored by the fluid, luminous nature of the paints. Though initially drawn to landscape painting, Prazvi now focuses primarily on still life and floral subjects which allow her to experiment with colorful compositions and unpredictable textures using wet-on-wet techniques.

When Prazvi hosts watercolor painting workshops and classes, her goal is to share her passion for the splendor and challenges of the medium while guiding colleagues to embrace their creativity. Her encouraging, insightful teaching style allows artists of all skill levels to build confidence while advancing their unique artistic voices.

Prazvi Pahwa is available for private bookings

PHOTOS
Portsmouth Watercolour Group
2024-03-27
Title or Location: Deep Night
A few years ago I visited Derbyshire and was stunned by the dark skies. While we were there, we were treated to a night of shooting stars and I spent an hour, flat on my back, star spotting and loving it. The painting based on my memories is watercolour, gouache and Indian ink.
Credit: Nigel Gossop

Portsmouth Watercolour Group
2024-03-27
Title or Location: The end of a long day
The Indian ink and watercolour picture was after seeing a travellers horse grazing on a hill near my home.
Credit: Nigel Gossop
Portsmouth Watercolour Group
2024-02-15
Title or Location: Portsmouth
This is an experiment in watercolour and Indian ink. I love the drama between the solid black and the soft background colours. The idea is drawn from a photograph in an online feature on silhouette photography by Karyn Teno. To get the net skirt shading I used a Cold Grey 1, Faber Castell Pitt Pen.
Credit: Nigel Gossop
Facebook: westermanyarns

Portsmouth Watercolour Group
2024-02-07
Title or Location: Southampton
Hi, I?m Tracy, I?ve recently started painting with watercolour, this painting was inspired by the loss of my dog Indie, I call this painting ?my minds eye ? as it depicts what I see when I go to sleep, just me and my dog taking a walk.As a beginner in watercolour this was a pretty challenging painting and nowhere near perfect but I love it anyway and appreciate all the great feedback I?ve had .
Credit: Tracy Tribbeck

Portsmouth Watercolour Group
2024-01-31
Title or Location: The photo was downloaded from online with no obvious owner that I could ask for permission to paint.
Just a watercolour on a picture downloaded online. I added a star fish to make the painting more interesting. I had posted this painting in my personal Facebook.
Credit: Yong Tan
Portsmouth Watercolour Group
2024-01-27
Title or Location: N/A
This wasn't a painting from a photo, it was painted from memory, a Robin in my garden at Christmas, dropping by when I was thinking of my brother who sadly passed away last year at the same time. I just though it was poingnant, hence the name - a Robin to remember.
Credit: Julia Fountain-Booth
Facebook: Jules Fountain-Booth
Instagram: JulesBooth__photography

Liverpool Watercolour Group
2024-04-15
Title or Location: Cattle auction
This watercolour was painted about 16 years ago.I was looking for some images of people as a drawing/painting exercise, and happened to come across this photo in a book. My immediate thought was this would make a very interesting picture.The scene is a cattle auction somewhere in North Yorkshire.
Credit: Michael Kirby
Instagram: michael.kirby7
Virginia Beach Watercolor Group
2024-04-13
Title or Location: Peek-a-Boo
Spring is in the air. I have recently been doing some daffodil paintings. For this painting I did a wash and instantly saw the potential for more daffodils and space for the lamb peeking through them. One of my former instructors always said, ?Listen to your painting.? This is exactly what I did here. Possibly, the idea of a lamb was inspired by the season of Easter as well.
Credit: Joan Willoughby
Atlanta Watercolor Group
2024-04-11
Title or Location: ZENDAYA
Saw Dune pt. 2 and was intrigued by her face. Very drawn to the earth tones.
Credit: Bryan Mercer

Dublin Watercolour Group
2024-04-10
Title or Location: People
made for my dearest sibling
Credit: Lola Adesina
Newcastle Watercolour Group
2024-04-09
Title or Location: Ailsa Craig
Ailsa Craig is an island in the Irish Sea off the Scottish coast. Its a magical place and the colours of the sea and sky can be exquisitely beautiful. One of my favourite places to paint. This is one of a series of paintings I have done of the island.
Credit: Kevin Paton
Facebook: Kev Paton
Bridgeport Watercolor Group
2024-04-08
Title or Location: Lessons From. Panda
I?m still trying to learn how to make white look white without using white!! Make sense?
Credit: Adrienne Reedy

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