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Please contact him if you are interested in a piece of  art or other type of painting available in the store.. You can buy  art through the store above or contact him on the numbers on this page if you would rather chat over something more specific.

Rick will show any new paintings on the website as soon as they become available.

As well as being an artist. Rick also teaches student particularly GCSE, A-Level and Degree.    Rick will take you all the way through the learning process.

Rick art lessons teach you how to use focal points, how to use colour, how to mix colour, how use colour combinations, complementary colours, how to use the brush, types of brushes to use.

He will teach you how to paint any kind of scenery, from portraits and animals to landscapes and abstract painting.

Basically Rick will take you from start to finish on a comprehensive course in drawing and painting , using a choice of oils, acrylics, charcoal, pencil and pastel.

If you are interested in buying or commissioning a piece of work Call 44 (0)7837 991041 or 01895 448699. Alternatively, send an email to rick.hardcastle@yahoo.com Rick is a Northwood based artist, covering the Northwood, Pinner areas. As well as being an art tutor, Rick also sell his paingings and prints. You can go to the gallery page and prints for sale page if you wish to make an order. If you are looking for art lessons, Rick specialises in teaching art to  GCSE, A-Level, Degree Level students.

Wildlife Art

How to Paint Landscape Watercolors?

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Here is a new watercolor painting by Rick Hardcaslte.

With this painting, notice it is only using purple and a little yellow. These are contrasting colors in the color wheel, so compliment each other well. 

Using a monochrome or duo-chrome creates such a unity to a painting. It emphasizes the tonal values much more, so one can really notice the depth in the painting especially for a landscape painting where one is looking to create depth and distance.

For more information and advice on drawing and painting  go to www.rhwildlifeart.com.

Posted 233 weeks ago