Regarding abstract art, New York City artist Arlene Richman says, “I try not to be intellectual about it. I let it happen. View this gallery of non-objective pastels by the winner of the Richeson Pastel Bronze Award in the 17th annual Pastel 100 competition.
Watch a video preview of the April 2016 issue of Watercolor Artist, and learn what other gems await in the new issue!
The results from Watercolor Artist's annual watercolor art competition are in! Watch a video and get details on the prizewinners here.
Laurie Goldstein-Warren was taught in watercolor painting to work light to dark, but she's since learned to go straight in with the darkest darks for drama. View a gallery of her dramatic works of art here.
The crop of winners from our most recent watercolor art competition, the 7th annual Watermedia Showcase, exempliﬁes incredible ingenuity, marvelous craftsmanship and masterful watercolor painting. View a gallery of the top prizewinners here.
Which issue had that article with the excellent Ron Stocke plein air demo? What kind of surface does Carrie Waller use? Find these answers and revisit your other favorite 2015 features in the Watercolor Artist CD archive!
Find out when to submit your work in 2016’s juried art shows, and to which watercolor society. Plus, watch a video of the 27 best watermedia paintings of 2015!
Joanne Last revels in breaking away from traditional methods and thinking. Pastel Journal presents her remembered and abstracted pastel landscapes here—find more in the December 2016 issue of the magazine.
"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.