Brusho a highly pigmented watercolour ink powder is a unique and exciting painting medium that is renowned for its versatility.
Joanne Boon Thomas demonstrates how adding a spritz of water to Brusho results in a breathtaking and spontaneous fusion of colour on the page. It is an easy method that allows you to produce vibrant, expressive paintings in a loose, bold style.
A full range of techniques is included, such as what can be achieved using only one colour; how effective blending primary colours is; and the hidden qualities of black Brusho. Short demos show the impact of using a bleach solution; how to use wax resist for effect; when to use a flat wash; and how to use line and wash as a loose framework for your paintings. Ten step-by-step projects and numerous examples of the author’s stunning work will inspire, all infused throughout with Joanne’s exuberance and enthusiasm for this wonderful medium.
This definitive go-to guide will inspire artists of all abilities to explore the improvisational properties of Brusho and incorporate it into their painting repertoire.
About Joanne Boon Thomas
Joanne Boon Thomas is an experienced artist and tutor, with a lifelong love of painting and drawing and a passion for nurturing those skills in others. She offers online painting tutorials and has thousands of subscribers to her channel. She is a popular tutor for ArtTutor, has produced a number of instructional videos and hosts hugely successful workshops and painting holidays in the UK and abroad. Joanne's work is held in galleries and homes all over the world, and a selection of her figurative work is stocked by John Lewis.