"Ones to Watch" are artists on the cusp of greater prominence, painters whose work we’re glikely oing to be seeing a lot more of. Find out who received the honor this year and watch a video slideshow of their paintings!
Learn how Everett Webber uses symbolism in art and get the details behind his watercolor painting, The Judgement of Paris.
View additional work by the 10 up-and-coming artists selected as Watercolor Artist magazine's 2015 Ones to Watch.
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In Jane Radstrom's pastel painting, the human form moves as if it’s printed with lenticular lenses, yet with a nod to classical figure painting.
Watch a video previewing the October 2015 issue of Watercolor Artist. Creative inspiration guaranteed!
Joan Iaconetti finds endless wonder in the depths of New York City, accentuating its grit in blurred effects and exhilarating texture in her watercolor painting. Follow along with her progressive steps for her work, Exit Only.
The aging subway emerges from layers of gloriously active watercolor in the watercolor painting of Joan Iaconetti. Follow along with her progressive stages of her piece, The Killer, here.
Joan Iaconetti captures the grit and gridwork of New York City’s subway system in glorious layers of watercolor. Learn how she puts her watercolor techniques to work in these two demonstrations.
Fact: Thomas Edison made 1,000 unsuccessful attempts at inventing the light bulb. Fact: Walt Disney was once was fired by a newspaper editor because “he lacked imagination and had no good ideas.” Fact: You will never win an art prize in the Watermedia Showcase if you don’t enter the competition.
Averil Gilkes explains her attraction to the seascape as a fascination with atmosphere. One can feel her long-standing dedication to the subject in her transportive pastel painting, which depicts glistening shores and rolling skies.