Course description

Super easy mini-course for beginners on using negative space in watercolor painting.

ONLY $8.

What other students say about this course?


Over 250 students have enrolled for this class so far.

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Frequently Asked Questions:

When does the course start and finish?

It starts whenever you want – and lasts forever. It´s totally up to you when you start and finish, and you’ll have unlimited access to our students-only forum ad Facebook group.

Will I be able to access all of the videos at once?

Yes – you can learn and progress at your own pace, and feel encouraged to ask all the questions you like.

How much time does the course actually take?

I’ve divided it up into bite-sized lessons so you can complete each one fairly quickly (or take as much time as you need to master it). You decide how much work you’d like to in each session/section – for example, you can shoot for one lesson per day, or if you’re a quick learner and painter you can go through them all at once in as little as a weekend.

How long do I have access to the course?

Lifetime access! You’ll be able to access the course material and related groups from any device indefinitely to revisit any or all of the lessons – and say hi to the new friends you meet.

What if I don’t like the course?

If you are unhappy with anything about the course, simply email me within 30 days of enrollment and I’ll provide a full refund (but don’t worry, you’re going to love it).

Is this course suitable for beginners?

Absolutely yes. I designed the course with beginner/intermediate artists in mind.

Can I share the course materials with my friends?

Your course fee covers personal use, and applies to a single household – meaning “yes” to anyone who lives with you. Please don’t share the course content with anyone else.

Aga K.

Aga K.

Who Am I?

Hey! I'm Aga. A free spirit, a self-thought artist, a painter of imagined worlds (my favorite media are acrylics and watercolors). But before I started this imaginative adventure, I was a scientist for many years – researching new medicines to help people improve their lives. When working at a university, I also was teaching students. Because I’ve always had a…

Passion for Teaching

Having been a university tutor, one could say I am an experienced teacher. But that’s not really how I identify myself – I’ve just always loved to share my skills and knowledge with others… and was trained how to make complicated things easy to understand. Seeing others make progress brings me joy! It’s rewarding to inspire, to motivate… and people tell me my passion’s contagious. Plus I know what it’s like to enjoy learning, because I’ve always been an…

Explorer at Heart

As a child, and then as a teenager, I was an avid painter-drawer. But my real love was the natural world: discovering new things. I knew one day I’d become a biologist. And so I did – after completing my biology studies, then, a doctoral degree, I worked for many years in cancer research, and later exploring nature to discover new, better medicines. My work took me many places, from the mundane to the unforgettably charming. And for a while, I loved it.

But things change… As the years passed, I suddenly found myself stuck in a same-old-routine corporate position. I realized I wasn’t leading the life I’d imagined so long ago, and longed for the happy, beautiful freedom I once enjoyed. There was nothing creative left in my job and I started to feel an irresistible need to express myself - through art, music (I play guitar), songwriting...

In the summer of 2014, I decided to change my life and follow a new dream - to let my imagination run wild again. I began rediscovering my long-forgotten art skills and the passion that once fuelled them. It was like waking up from a long sleep: everything came flooding back as my eyes and mind re-tuned in to the beauty of the world around me.

So I’ve come full circle: back to the love of creating and imagining. I’ve tried many different media: painting in acrylics, with oils, experimenting with watercolors, even creating digital artworks and pattern design in Photoshop, designing my first website and online art boutique, and a lot more.

This creative quest has taught me a ton and I’ve experienced all kinds of joyful moments, alongside some challenges and frustrations to balance them.

And here I am – happy to have returned to my biggest source of joy, satisfaction, and fun.

Course Contents

6 Videos