How to paint bird of paradise🎨


Hello to all My WP friends and new followers 🙋🏻‍♀️ we had a great time on Christmas evening with friends over here. Hope you too had a blessed Merry Christmas 🎄

If you’re looking for a small project on this holiday season to work on then, I do have another class on Skillshare, its  How to paint bird of paradise in watercolor. You can see it here.  At the end of a class you will have an artwork ready to hang on your wall or to give it as a gift 💝

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I’m working on my new Skillshare class which will be live in new year, stay tuned for more updates.

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I’m teaching art on Skillshare🎨


If you are following me on Instagram then you already aware of, that I was working on a secret project and here it is!

I’m so happy to announce that my first online class is published today on Skillshare.  It’s about how to paint bird of paradise in watercolor. 

You don’t need to have any prior experience with watercolors. This class will help you to understand start to end painting process in detail. 

I will be sharing with you

  • How I paint the Bird of Paradise combining different watercolor techniques such as wet on wet, wet on dry. 
  • How to paint the base layers 
  • How to add the shadows and final details

If you are a professional, this class will definitely help you produce beautiful pieces of art.

At the end of the class, you will able to paint a beautiful Bird of Paradise flower to decorate your home or to give as a gift.

Join me here on Skillshare and get a free 2 months of premium membership. With this you can watch thousands of other classes of your choice.

Birds of Paradise


These days I have decided to try to paint without pencil drawing. I mean skipping the drawing stage and start directly with paints. I was pretty happy with the results 😀

You can see the work in progress video clip on my Instagram Art a/c here.

I have bunch of used watercolor papers and I really don’t wanted to just throw them away. So I decided to use them with their backside. This one is painted with Sakura Koi colors on the back of the old painting.

I think it’s a good way to save papers and continue your quick practice work or some rapid doodles.  😉  😀  What say?