Snowy Sunrise Watercolor For Beginners

Hi friends! Today I have a nice and easy watercolor tutorial for you!


I shared this photo on Instagram the other day of the view out my window at sunrise. I loved the color of the sky!


A few Instagram friends asked me to do a watercolor tutorial of it so I did! Enjoy!

Supplies (Affiliate links may be used)

  • Watercolors (Renesans) Magenta, Indian Yellow, Cerulean Blue, Hookers Green Dark, Sepia, White
  • Watercolor Paper Fluid Hot Press 6″x8″
  • Brushes: #12 & #6 round, 3/8″ dagger, 1″ flat for wetting paper (feel free to use whatever size and shaped you prefer) And a stiff brush such as an old toothbrush for spattering.

This painting is great for beginners or seasoned painters who want a little warm up. It was fun to paint and I really enjoyed this paper and look forward to using it again. Thanks for stopping by and til next time happy crafting!

5 Responses

  1. It’s so nice to see some snow. I live in FL and even though I don’t miss winter weather, the snow is beautiful. Lovely painting!


  2. I tried the painting as soon as I received the email! Not so bad for my third watercolor with your videos!! I tried the hummingbird also. So glad you are sharing your talents with us. Just starting out with watercolor, so thank you so much!


  3. Oh wow! The trees and the snow look so real I think this is one of my favourites of your art now 🌲


  4. I like this painting very much. I can’t wait to try it. I enjoy watching all your watercolor tutorials. You are a wonderful teacher. Thank you for sharing your knowledge.


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