"The Jungle" by Roy John Fuller 
           * Member Of The Florida Watercolor Society & The American Watercolor Society  
 
Florida Watercolor Paintings by Roy John Fuller
 
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      Roy John Fuller, a.k.a. "The Big Brush Man". The Florida Pine Island Eagle newspaper used this term when reporting on one of Roy's watercolor workshops. The term "Big Brush Man" was appropriate so he stayed with it.

    "The best way to create loose, transparent and luminous watercolor paintings is to paint quickly with the biggest brush possible, use the fewest number of brush strokes and use lots of water." Roy John Fuller

 
 
       “Roy is an amazing teacher and artist. I really enjoyed his class and learned a lot. I love his painting style. Roy has a lot of knowledge and therefore has a lot to teach. I would love to be able to take more of his classes, especially the week long one. I was impressed by how much I learned in one day. Claire A. Wiley, Senior Designer Walt Disney Imagineering Orlando  
 
                                    The Big Brush Man's Techniques

    Roy creates his watercolors using the basic principles and elements of design in art. Principles such alternation, balance, contrast, dominanceharmony, unity, gradation. Elements such as color, line, action or direction, shape, size, texture and value. Using pattern groups, perspective, variety composition, value sketches and symbols will help you paint better looking and more interesting watercolors. Visit Roy's: Principles Of Art Design & Elements Of Art Design.

    WORKSHOPS:  If you are interested in a workshop contact us.

   These design elements and principles apply to all art mediums such as oils, acrylics, pencil, pastels, and mixed mediums, not just watercolors. Beginners and experienced artists will benefit by adopting these principles and elements of design.

 
 
 "Bokeelia Florida" by Roy John Fuller

                                                  

 

 

 

               Artist's Comments On Roy Fuller's Method Of "Watercolor Painting:

 Frank Webb - "Roy Fuller's watercolor works exude a freshness born of great speed. This fleetness of touch can only be made when the painter's mark is sure and with a conviction of the shape to be made with a minimum of adjustments."

 Sterling Edwards - "Roy's work is very nice...loose, fresh, and clean!"

 Leslie Ruth - "Your work is wonderful and "refreshing". You capture the true essence of the medium."

 Judy Champion - ".....Very impressive!"

 Ron Bigony - "Really like your watercolors, the colors are so pure and transparent."

 William Maurer  -  “Good extemporaneous use of color and wet technique…..” 

Lynda Simonetti - "Love the Colors! Great work. I have always drawn and oil painted and never thought I would like watercolors because to me it is not a controllable medium. I was wrong :) I LOVE watercolor because it IS uncontrollable and I can just ‘let it go’."

 

   

 

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