Gregory Halili: Wonderful Watercolor Miniatures

Readers who recall the brilliant and bright cover of our December 2007 issue (download your digital copy by clicking here) will be thrilled to learn that artist Gregory Halili has offered a rare glimpse into his working process. His watercolor paintings are stunningly small and yet they pack a powerful emotional punch. These days he’s painting on vintage pieces of ivory. See for yourself below:


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  1. Cathy Johnson

    Fascinating! I paint eye miniatures and portrait miniatures as well, and it’s very interesting to see a different technique. Beautiful, beautiful work.

    But what next? If you paint watercolor on ivory to be worn or carried as jewelry, it has to be protected. I’m always curious as to how other artists deal with that step…