Pouring Watercolours with Leslie Lambert Redhead

In a twist on this traditional medium, artist Leslie Lambert Redhead walks us through how she creates large-scale watercolour pours.

Using Winsor & Newton’s new Jewel Toned Professional Water Colours, Leslie masks out her white, light, and midtones in turn, pouring her watercolours to create a truly glowing effect.

Her step-by-step instructions will teach you what you need to know to get started on your very own watercolour pours!

We invite you to watch Pouring Watercolours with Leslie Lambert Redhead above and on the Opus YouTube Channel to discover the magical, glowing effects you can achieve by pouring your watercolours.

Leslie’s Supply List
Winsor & Newton Professional Water Colours (Leslie is using the new Jewel Tones)
Winsor & Newton Art Masking Fluid
Arches Watercolour Paper (140 lb or 300 lb)
#6 Round Watercolour Brush
2″ or 3″ Hake Brush
Inexpensive brush to use for mixing paint
3 small containers to mix paint in & a water container
Ballpoint pen, pencil, and eraser
Masking tape
Paper towels
Transfer (graphite) paper
Ruling pen
Under the bed box or storage container
Board to staple and tape paper on

For more of Leslie’s artwork visit https://www.leslieredheadart.com/


Presented and filmed by
Leslie Lambert Redhead

Produced by Ryan Mund for Opus Art Supplies


Music: “Nowhere Land” Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License