Wire Earring Videos

Silver Wire Spiral Hoop Earrings


Elegant Double Spiral Earrings


Earrings With Dangling Flairs


Bead Locked Earrings


Greek Link Earrings


Earrings Based on Spiral & Figure 8


Egyptian Link Earrings


Silver Earrings with Spiral and Coil


Silver Spiral Earrings w/ Blue Beads


Simple Wire Hoop Earrings


Dangling Heart Shaped Earrings


Wire Earrings With Multiple Spirals

 multiple spirals

Dangling Teardrop Earrings

Upside-Down Heart Earrings: Part 1 


Upside-Down Heart Earrings: Part 2

Wire Link & Necklace Videos

The Greek Link Necklace


Square Greek Link Necklace


The S- Link Necklace with Beads


Egyptian Link – Quick Review


Egyptian Link Necklace – Part 1


Egyptian Link Necklace– Part 2

Figure 8 Link Necklace – Review


Figure 8 Necklace  – Step-by-Step


Spiral Hoop Necklace & Purple Beads


Concentric Link Necklace


Heart Link Necklace


Findings Videos

Constructing Jump Rings


The Basic Earwire


Constructing Basic Eye Pin


Simple Jewelry Clasp – Part 1


Simple Jewelry Clasp – Part 2

Wire Wrap Clasp for Wire Jewelry


Sliding Knot/Adjustable Length Necklace


Cufflink Videos

Constructing Aegean Cufflinks


Watercolor Jewelry Videos  

Watercolor Paper Pendant – Part 1


Watercolor Paper Pendant – Part 2

Watercolor Paper Pendant – Part 3

Channel for Pendant – Part 1


Channel for Pendant – Part 2

Circular Form Necklace


Creating Paper Beads


How to Apply Gold Leaf


Watercolor Paper Bracelet – Part 1


Watercolor Paper Bracelet – Part 2

Bracelet w/Watercolor Paper & Wire


Making Watercolor Paper Earrings


Elegant Serpentine Earrings


Arc w/ Rice Paper Cylinder Earrings


Making Rice Paper Earrings


Rectangular Earrings w/Rice Paper Beads


Rectangular Spiral Tubular Earrings


How to Construct a Hairpiece


How to Paint the Hairpiece


Watercolor Painting Videos

How to Paint Hibiscus Flower: Part 1


How to Paint Hibiscus Flower: Part 2

How to Paint Hibiscus Flower: Part 3

How to Paint the Rubrum Lily: Part 1


How to Paint the Rubrum Lily: Part 2

How to Paint the Cherry Blossom: Part 1

How to Paint the Cherry Blossom: Part 2

How to Paint the Magnolia: Part 1


How to Paint the Magnolia: Part 2

The Lotus/ Miniature Watercolor Painting


Phalaenopsis Orchid/ Miniature Watercolor Painting


Cattleya Orchid/ Miniature Watercolor Painting


Quick Watercolor Sketch

Watercolor Demo: Botticelli Part 1


Watercolor Demo: Botticelli Part 2

Watercolor Demo: Sunset: Part 1


Watercolor Demo: Sunset: Part 2

“Nuts & Bolts” Videos

Tools & Materials for Watercolor Painting


How to Stretch Watercolor Paper


Digital Painting Videos

Digital Painting Demo on an iPad


Digital Painting on iPad/Taughannock Falls


11 Responses to Tutorials

  1. Kitcia Amaya says:

    I so thankful that you are sharing your expertise and knowledge about watercolor painting…I am 73 years of age and I just recently got the courage to start learning to paint….you are a wonderful teacher….again thank you… sincerely…

    • Ross Barbera says:

      Thank you for your kind words, Kitcia – I appreciate them! I hope you enjoy the painting process as much as I do! – Ross

  2. Deborah says:

    Your talent is amazing, but I was intrigued by the digital painting on your iPad. Can you tell me what application or software you use for the digital painting.
    Thank you for all of your wonderful video tutorials.

    • Ross Barbera says:

      Hi Deborah,

      I use Paper 53 for the iPad, but I also have used Sketchbook Pro in my Galaxy pad. Each has a lot of nice features. Hope this helps, and thanks a lot for your kind feedback!

      Best wishes,

  3. Dan says:

    Your acrylic paintings are beautiful. Do you have any how to acrylic videos?

    • Ross Barbera says:

      Hi Dan,

      Thanks for your comment. I will be producing tutorials on acrylic painting – I’ve been planning these for a while so please check back again!


  4. Sally says:

    I’ve been searching the great wild web for some time now looking for credible instruction for the sheer pleasure of art. There’s sure a lot of what I call ho-ho-hokum out there but then I ran across your blog.

    Thank you very much for all the hours of effort to put such good content on the web. I’ve signed up for your newsletter and am now perusing your back blog entries. I’m learning a lot thanks to the clarity of your instructions. Many are talented but not very many are both talented and able to teach. You are both. Gracias.

    • Ross Barbera says:

      Hi Sally,

      Thank you so much for your kind words – I appreciate them and am glad that you have found my posts useful!

      Best regards,

  5. Jerry Mc Guire says:

    Thanks again.

  6. Jerry Mc Guire says:

    Hi Ross
    My Name is Jerry I like to thank you for all the videos and hard work that went into making them. They are the best videos on YouTube or web site. And would hope to see more.
    I going to make my wife and daughters a reckless using Scrabble blocks should I use a eye pin with no loop or ad the loop and for earnings with one letter hanging from the ear wire with a rap one or two.
    I like the look of the raps around the wire but on a small piece is it over kill.
    Thank You

    • Ross Barbera says:

      Hi Jerry,

      Sorry to take a while to get back to you – the spam filter caught this comment for some reason. I have never made jewelry with Scrabble blocks – sounds interesting. I would add the loop as the pendant may hang a little better that way. As for the earrings you may want to experiment a little bit with wire rapping. Do a test piece and see what looks best from a design perspective.

      Thanks for your kind comments – I appreciate them a lot.

      Best regards,

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