APV Films specialise in producing instructional painting films and videos to inspire artists. They have titles by numerous internationally recognised artists such as Joseph Zbukvic, Alvaro Castagnet, James Fletcher-Watson, David Bellamy and many more, in a variety of medium painting beautiful locations world wide.
David is a great exponent of painting winter landscapes, particularly under snow.
Essentially a “plein air” painter, David Curtis is inspired by the landscape and the ever changing light.
Peter paints outdoors in all weathers, working directly onto oil boards or canvases.
Ann Blockley paints a variety of different flower subjects.
Alvaro Castagnet is an inspirational and expressive watercolour painter who is passionate about the medium.
In this film Alvaro travels to Antwerp and selects a range of subjects.
Alvaro paints in Paris with its historic buildings and busy boulevards.
Charles's precise use of clean and vibrant colour creates a loose style of painting with a fresh and spontaneous look.
Working in the wilds of Yorkshire David draws and sketches waterfalls, bridges, barns and cottages.
After initial hints in his studio on colour mixing, David heads out to paint the English countryside.
Working in pure watercolour in a loose and immediate way David is able to capture the light and mood of a place.
The Magic of Watercolour
John Hammond paints wonderfully vibrant paintings using acrylic paints and in this film he shows us his technique.
Joseph is a highly regarded Australian watercolour artist who has the ability to create a magical atmosphere and mood in his paintings.
Painting in Australia he creates a magical mood in his watercolours as he paints a Melbourne street in the evening light and captures the atmosphere of coastal scenes along the Great Ocean Road.
Joseph is a true master of the watercolour medium whose magical touch produces wonderfully loose, atmospheric paintings.
with Joseph Zbukvic
Joseph is one of the leading masters of watercolour with an ability to transform any subject into visual poetic language.
In this latest film Joseph shows us the importance of planning your painting, concentrating on the fundamentals of selecting a subject and composition.