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A contemporary paint-every-day watercolor guide that explores foundational strokes and patterns and then builds new skills upon the foundations over the course of 30 days to create finished pieces.

This beautifully illustrated and inspiring guided watercolor-a-day book is perfect for beginning watercolor artists, artists who want to improve their watercolor skills, and visual creatives. From strokes to shapes, this book covers the basics and helps painters gain confidence in themselves along with inspiration to develop their own style over the course of 30 days. Featuring colorful contemporary art from Mon Voir design agency founder and Instagram trendsetter Jenna Rainey, this book''s fresh perspective paints watercolor in a whole new light.

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“To the outside observer, Jenna Rainey’s work seems completely effortless, but it is in fact built on an extremely solid foundation of techniques, materials, and color theory. By pouring all of her hard-won knowledge into Everyday Watercolor, Jenna has created a wonderful resource for any aspiring watercolor artist.”
—NOLE GAREY, founder and editor, Oh So Beautiful Paper

“In this beautiful, inspiring, and accessible book, Jenna Rainey graciously breaks down her process and welcomes artists and enthusiasts alike to join her in the joy of watercolor painting.”
—SATSUKI SHIBUYA, watercolor artist

About the Author

Jenna Rainey is an artist, self-taught designer, and author of Everyday Watercolor and Everyday Watercolor Flowers. As a surface pattern designer, her work has been seen on products in stores like Staples, Target, Office Depot, and more. Rainey specializes in watercolor, calligraphy, and other hand-drawn designs. She shares her talent and teaches the world how to paint on her YouTube channel, at her in-person workshops, and through her books.

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Introduction 

Ah, watercolor. Its beautiful luminous quality is pure delight. Watercolor is wildly uncontrollable and at the same time containable. It’s a visual medium that moves around with ease, exploding and bursting into surrounding strokes, creating texture and depth that can’t be found in any other type of media. 

You know the feeling when you’ve fallen in love and you can’t stand to be away from that person? This was my story with watercolor. I know— dramatic, right? Well, it’s true. I became obsessed. When I wasn’t painting, I was thinking about painting. I fell in love with watercolor and began to study it. I put in countless hours discovering all the ins and outs. 

My mom and both of my grandmothers were acrylic painters, and although I’d tried my hand at painting a few times, I would definitely have considered myself OK at best. And sure, I’d dabbled with watercolor in elementary school. But when my profession as a calligrapher and designer began to take off, I came across the right watercolor supplies—and something changed for me. With the correct materials, the process was so enjoyable that I wanted to learn more. 

This infatuation rapidly turned into an important part of my career as an artist and designer. I’ve been able to work with clients from all over the globe, using watercolor to provide illustrations for large brands, as well as creative stationery for events like beautiful high-end weddings. I’ve also been able to travel and teach my watercolor classes to thousands of students over the years. With my teaching experience, I’ve learned how to communicate with beginner and developing watercolorists, to break down complicated subjects into something simpler and easier to grasp. I’m able to share what I’ve learned the hard way through experience and mistakes. I’ve come to discover that watercolor painting is about learning from the failed attempts and continuing to develop muscle memory and technique. 

In the beginning, I challenged myself to paint subjects more complex than what I thought I could manage. I incorporated my knowledge of basic sketching and shading techniques into more complex subjects. At each stage of my relationship with watercolor, I was accepting of where I was—not discouraged with the outcome, but learning to enjoy the process and seeking to understand more of why watercolor does what it does and how to master it. 

Being a self-taught watercolor artist has allowed me to break rules and learn the hard way. I’ve written this book to help you do just that (and perhaps avoid some of the hard parts I encountered). So here’s my advice at the outset: Allow yourself to be challenged. Paint differently than you think you should, and ask yourself what you enjoy about it. Like anything, becoming a better watercolorist takes work, dedication, practice, and most of all, patience. Patience with yourself to look at subjects with new eyes—the eyes of an artist. But first, you must allow yourself to start small and work your way up, adding more detail and complexity as you go. Jumping straight into painting a detailed flower or a toucan before practicing brush technique will usually lead to disappointment—you need to build basic skills before you tackle form and structure. 

Throughout this book, we’re going to develop muscle memory and train our eyes to look for basic shapes and curves in every subject. No matter how complex and detailed a subject may seem on the surface, everything you paint or draw can be broken down into very simple shapes, like circles and ovals. We’ll start developing good brush and painting technique by practicing these basic shapes, training our eyes to look for unifying color palettes, and following rules of composition. We will define and create more complex shapes as we move through our thirty days together, building upon our foundation to continually instill confidence in your painting. Knowing where and how to start with any subject is a crucial part of the process, and this book will show you just that. 

I hope you love getting to know more about watercolor over these next thirty days and you are inspired to continue painting with a new appreciation for this medium and for yourself as a creative individual. Once you have a strong foundation, you can develop your own style. Accept each step of the process, even your less successful attempts, as an opportunity for growth. Watercolor can be unpredictable, yet incredibly manageable too. If you’re up for the challenge to #everydaywatercolor, I’m sure you’ll be surprised by the creativity that is naturally in you—sometimes it just takes looking at things from a different angle. Throughout your journey through this book, I would love to see some of your favorite pieces you’ve created. If you’re on social media, use the hashtag #everydaywatercolor to add your own paintings. I’d enjoy seeing your transformation over the course of these daily painting exercises. 

Let’s get started with the foundations, shall we?

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Julia
2.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
This guide is misguiding
Reviewed in the United States on March 18, 2018
If you don''t want to read the stuff below, the summary: if you bought this book, disregard the supplies recommendation. You will waste money for no good reason. I guess the reason why this book gained a lot of popularity is that #everydaywatercolor hashtag on... See more
If you don''t want to read the stuff below, the summary: if you bought this book, disregard the supplies recommendation. You will waste money for no good reason.

I guess the reason why this book gained a lot of popularity is that #everydaywatercolor hashtag on instagram. This is how I got there, too. I also guess for most readers it is the first guide for watercolors, hence positive reviews. The author I self-taught, I get it, but some of the things she writes do not stand even a brief google check:

1. "Color theory" it gives is plain wrong. Red-yellow-blue is not a "primary palette", cyan-magenta-yellow is. RBY "theory" was left behind in 19th century.
2. Pigment series and quality. The author is very contemptuous about "student grade" watercolors and "hues", and seems to imply that the series number on the tube somehow corresponds to the overall quality of a paint. This is just wrong. First, the author herself mixes pigments a lot (obviously), unconcerned with "muddiness". Second, the tube number has nothing to do with quality -- only with the cost to produce. The author herself uses "Opera Rose", which is series 2, but has the worst possible permanence ranking (B). Third, no need to shy off student palettes. I started with a Cotman set by Winsdor and Newton. They are good, you just won''t get any expensive pigments there, like violets and pinks.

And this brings me to the main point: this book can make you waste a lot of money.

Of course, when you want to commit to 30-day marathon, you want to have all supplies on hand. The book does not give a definite list of supplies, but has a lot of recommendations and "I use those" kind of stuff, which can be misguiding for a complete beginner. For example, in recommendations she lists a round brush #16, which is very expensive (because it is big!). It is used only in the last couple of exercises to add background wash. A much-cheaper 1 in flat brush will do the job, and even round #6 will work in a pinch. And I can go on and on like that.
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DebbieTop Contributor: Painting
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Maybe not for a complete beginner or those who don''t like the runaway tendancies of watercolor
Reviewed in the United States on November 2, 2017
"Everyday Watercolor" is a how-to for those who want to learn Rainey''s bleed-painting watercolor style. In this technique, you paint in the darkest part, then use clean water to wet the lighter areas, and a final stroke joins the two to create a bleed of the dark... See more
"Everyday Watercolor" is a how-to for those who want to learn Rainey''s bleed-painting watercolor style. In this technique, you paint in the darkest part, then use clean water to wet the lighter areas, and a final stroke joins the two to create a bleed of the dark into the wet areas. She claims you can control the process, but I found her hints about this so vague it was just a matter of trying different things until I liked what I was getting.

Each lesson lasted between 30-90 minutes, with the first few lessons being shortest. In the lessons, you learn how to paint various leaves, flowers (roses, paradise flower), plants (trees, cacti), fruit (papaya, dragon fruit), animals (chickens, hummingbird, toucan, elephant, macaw), and several landscape or collage-like paintings using these objects.

The book is aimed at complete beginners to watercolor, but she wants you to buy expensive, professional-quality watercolor paper, paints, and brushes. I really liked the idea of teaching the basics (color theory, basic strokes for round brushes, etc.) during actual painting practice, but I think a complete beginner would find the book confusing and frustrating at times.

Some examples: On page 13, she tells you to include both warm and cool colors without explaining these new terms (until a later lesson). The illustrations often had confusing subtitles, like two swatches of green paint with "Winsor Green + Lemon Yellow Deep" under them. The way the text was placed, I initially thought one swatch was supposed to be the green and the other the yellow rather than two greens that you can make using those two paints. She frequently urged "add lots of water," leaving it mostly up to the reader to figure out how to keep the paint from escaping the desired bounds. As her technique requires "lots of water" yet "not too much," more advise on this from the very beginning would have been useful to a complete beginner.

However, artists who are more used to the runaway tenancy of watercolor will probably turn out some nice finished lessons. As I have that much experience, I did turn out some nice results. However, I found deliberately courting runaway paint and unpredictable results day after day stressful rather than relaxing.

I received this book as a free review copy from the publisher through Blogging for Books.
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Sammie
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I am in love with this book
Reviewed in the United States on November 15, 2017
I am in love with this book!!!!! I haven’t finished it yet, but I know I’ll go through it multiple times. I have been interested in learning how to watercolor for several years now. I had some time on my hands so I ordered the Everyday Watercolor book because it... See more
I am in love with this book!!!!! I haven’t finished it yet, but I know I’ll go through it multiple times.

I have been interested in learning how to watercolor for several years now. I had some time on my hands so I ordered the Everyday Watercolor book because it seemed easy to follow and understand. I’m so glad I did! The exercises are simple, but for beginners it’s perfect, it breaks down technique in the most conventional way. I attached some photos from one of the first exercises, I haven’t purchased actual watercolor paper yet because I’m still learning, so the page I practiced on is a bit wrinkled, but either way the guide is easy to follow and helps even the most inexperienced artist be creative.

I can’t think of any negatives for this text other than it focuses primarily on floral patterns; I’m not super into botanical art. It’s still a great place to start though, so I won’t complain.
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A. Garcia
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Not what I expected
Reviewed in the United States on December 29, 2017
I was super excited to get this book and I have been following Rainey on social media for awhile now. But... This book was not what I expected. It is 30 days of different watercolor projects. I thought it would teach various techniques and basics of watercolor, like how to... See more
I was super excited to get this book and I have been following Rainey on social media for awhile now. But... This book was not what I expected. It is 30 days of different watercolor projects. I thought it would teach various techniques and basics of watercolor, like how to mix colors, what types of brushes give you certain strokes, recommendations for paintbrushes and paint, how to control the paint, how to tell if a product is good quality or not, etc. and it did, in some ways, cover a few of these things. But not like a guide or class would. I expected the whole book to be more like the first 15 pages of the introduction, in which it briefly covers color theory, some techniques, and materials—although very minimally. The projects are basically a step-by-step guide in how to copy a specific painting that Rainey has made for that lesson, like a painting of a toucan, a rose, or a cactus. If you don’t have ideas of what to paint, I can see how this would be helpful. And I do realize that each project is meant to teach you certain techniques but there’s no instruction on how to apply these principles to your own ideas for paintings or how to develop your own style and experiment. Overall, it was not what I was expecting. I’m still deciding whether or not I will return this.
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Shalyce
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Gorgeous watercolor book!
Reviewed in the United States on October 17, 2017
This book is so beautiful and informative. I love the 30 day challenge. These pages are filled with love from Jenna and I’m so happy I have my copy! I would highly recommend this book to anyone interested in or already in love... See more
This book is so beautiful and informative. I love the 30 day challenge. These pages are filled with love from Jenna and I’m so happy I have my copy! I would highly recommend this book to anyone interested in or already in love with watercolor! Thank you Jenna for all your hard work and dedication! Your book is amazing❤️
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Laura French
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buy it, read it, DO the exercises and you will love it.
Reviewed in the United States on October 18, 2017
I have a lot of watercolor books and I would rank this among my top 3 favorites. i started watercoloring about 3 years ago but didn''t realize until recently that sometimes you need to slow down and read the words in these books and then DO the exercises...as many times as... See more
I have a lot of watercolor books and I would rank this among my top 3 favorites. i started watercoloring about 3 years ago but didn''t realize until recently that sometimes you need to slow down and read the words in these books and then DO the exercises...as many times as you need. in this book Jenna has written clearly and given so many exercises that have been so helpful to me. if you really want to paint beautifully this book will help.
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Joanne K.
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Great book for beginners or intermediate
Reviewed in the United States on February 16, 2018
Great book for beginners or intermediate. Best seller. Wonderfully written and easy to understand. I highly recommend you order her set of reasonably priced Princeton brand brushes for the best success. Use 140 lb cold press paper which is available everywhere. She also... See more
Great book for beginners or intermediate. Best seller. Wonderfully written and easy to understand. I highly recommend you order her set of reasonably priced Princeton brand brushes for the best success. Use 140 lb cold press paper which is available everywhere. She also makes appearances on Home and Family on the hallmark channel.
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Brenda Knoll
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Be prepared for eyestrain if you plan to read this book.
Reviewed in the United States on June 21, 2018
Right now, I am giving 3 stars for the following reasons: 1. quality of paper - doesn''t seem right with such beautiful illustration to have it printed on such disappointing paper, I expected glossy, lovely feeling paper, bummer. 2. Text is printed in gray, bummer if you... See more
Right now, I am giving 3 stars for the following reasons: 1. quality of paper - doesn''t seem right with such beautiful illustration to have it printed on such disappointing paper, I expected glossy, lovely feeling paper, bummer. 2. Text is printed in gray, bummer if you are over 50 like myself, content review will have to wait until tomorrow in bright light because I don''t need the headache from eyestrain. Seriously though, right? Small text, gray font, the publisher should have given some feedback to the author regarding usability of the product.

For the above mentioned reasons, I can''t rate higher than a 3 on this book. I may upgrade to a 4 if the content is worthy of a 5, if not, I will downgrade to a 2. If I had viewed the book in person, I would have passed it by.

I feel discriminated against by this book by the small gray font. I am sad the author doesn''t value my purchasing power. Unacceptable, I may return this book if I can not read the small gray font.

Also, an art book should be beautiful, upgrade the book with glossy nice feeling paper and black text, I think!
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Sooze
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Disappointed
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on August 10, 2020
I was disappointed with the content of this book. The projects it contains are not what I am interested in painting at all e.g. a guava. Also I find the instruction in this book vary vague compared to all the other watercolour books I have purchased recently. I bought this...See more
I was disappointed with the content of this book. The projects it contains are not what I am interested in painting at all e.g. a guava. Also I find the instruction in this book vary vague compared to all the other watercolour books I have purchased recently. I bought this book on the back of the volume of positive reviews it has received but in hindsight and after doing a bit of research it looks like the author has built up quite a large following on social media such as instagram so perhaps this is the reason why. I have purchased many many books on watercolour over the last few weeks and this is my least favourite.
I was disappointed with the content of this book. The projects it contains are not what I am interested in painting at all e.g. a guava. Also I find the instruction in this book vary vague compared to all the other watercolour books I have purchased recently. I bought this book on the back of the volume of positive reviews it has received but in hindsight and after doing a bit of research it looks like the author has built up quite a large following on social media such as instagram so perhaps this is the reason why. I have purchased many many books on watercolour over the last few weeks and this is my least favourite.
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Victoria
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Highly recommended, kindle version
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on October 24, 2017
I resorted to ordering the Kindle edition because the paperback never seemed to come into stock. I was a little worried about how well it would work as a digital book. It is great! If like me you can''t wait for the paperback, go for it! I am viewing on an iPad, and the...See more
I resorted to ordering the Kindle edition because the paperback never seemed to come into stock. I was a little worried about how well it would work as a digital book. It is great! If like me you can''t wait for the paperback, go for it! I am viewing on an iPad, and the images are beautifully clear and in full colour. Now to the book itself. I am on about day 10 so have not completed the whole book, but I am loving it so far. The exercises are fun, easy to follow, and I am learning so much. It is really helping me add to my knowledge of watercolour, giving me ideas for my own work, and also helping me refine my own style according the the techniques and results I like best, and find fun to do. One of my favourite art books. Sometimes art books have so much writing, they are hard to follow. This book really does take it a day at a time in small but rewarding stages.
I resorted to ordering the Kindle edition because the paperback never seemed to come into stock. I was a little worried about how well it would work as a digital book. It is great! If like me you can''t wait for the paperback, go for it! I am viewing on an iPad, and the images are beautifully clear and in full colour.
Now to the book itself. I am on about day 10 so have not completed the whole book, but I am loving it so far. The exercises are fun, easy to follow, and I am learning so much. It is really helping me add to my knowledge of watercolour, giving me ideas for my own work, and also helping me refine my own style according the the techniques and results I like best, and find fun to do. One of my favourite art books. Sometimes art books have so much writing, they are hard to follow. This book really does take it a day at a time in small but rewarding stages.
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Sam
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Really helped improve my watercolour skill
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on February 18, 2018
I''ve been painting and drawing on and off all my life, and have dabbled in watercolour in the past. I recently decided I would like to use them as part of my sketching kit, but was unsure how to control them (as much as you can!) and I wanted to use them more loosely than I...See more
I''ve been painting and drawing on and off all my life, and have dabbled in watercolour in the past. I recently decided I would like to use them as part of my sketching kit, but was unsure how to control them (as much as you can!) and I wanted to use them more loosely than I have previously. This book is excellent. I''ve done all but the final exercise and my painting has really come along. I found it a little hard sometimes painting things I''ve not seen before (a guava!) but I still got brilliant results. I''m much much more confident in my watercolour painting now and am so pleased I followed this book.
I''ve been painting and drawing on and off all my life, and have dabbled in watercolour in the past. I recently decided I would like to use them as part of my sketching kit, but was unsure how to control them (as much as you can!) and I wanted to use them more loosely than I have previously.

This book is excellent. I''ve done all but the final exercise and my painting has really come along. I found it a little hard sometimes painting things I''ve not seen before (a guava!) but I still got brilliant results. I''m much much more confident in my watercolour painting now and am so pleased I followed this book.
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The is book is great for people who are just starting out in the ...
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on March 7, 2018
The is book is great for people who are just starting out in the world of watercolour. The instructions are easy to follow and I have learnt a lot from this book and would highly recommend.
The is book is great for people who are just starting out in the world of watercolour. The instructions are easy to follow and I have learnt a lot from this book and would highly recommend.
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Ótimo livro para iniciantes
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É um livro excelente pra quem esta começando a se aventurar no mundo da aquarela. Apesar de estar em inglês, possui exercícios bem explicados sobre diferentes técnicas que você pode usar para pintar. Necessário ter o material básico para realizar os exercícios do livro.See more
É um livro excelente pra quem esta começando a se aventurar no mundo da aquarela. Apesar de estar em inglês, possui exercícios bem explicados sobre diferentes técnicas que você pode usar para pintar. Necessário ter o material básico para realizar os exercícios do livro.
É um livro excelente pra quem esta começando a se aventurar no mundo da aquarela. Apesar de estar em inglês, possui exercícios bem explicados sobre diferentes técnicas que você pode usar para pintar.
Necessário ter o material básico para realizar os exercícios do livro.
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