The art resource for every watercolorist, The February 2014 Watercolor Artist features helpful articles on combining acrylic ink and watercolor, figures in the landscape, new art tools—plus other invaluable watercolor techniques. Watch a preview of the issue here!
Janet Nunn, Joel Popadics and Catherine Hearding share three unique approaches to painting scenes of snow and ice in the February 2014 issue of WATERCOLOR ARTIST. View a dazzling watercolor winter wonderland in this gallery of these three artists' winter landscape paintings.
A frequent juror of watercolor shows, figurative artist Ted Nuttall shares a behind-the-scenes insight that might help you make your next painting an across-the-board winner. Plus, enjoy a gallery of his lively watercolor portraits!
Get the skinny on when to submit your work for the 2014 watercolor society juried exhibitions.
Learn how to mix watercolors by pouring and blending, plus other watercolor techniques from Lian Quan Zhen.
Ned Mueller gets people, whether it’s a turbaned man from Rajasthan, India, or a local model at a weekly figure and portrait drawing session. For Mueller, it’s not about a pretty face, but character. Enjoy this gallery of his portraits.
Watch our video slideshow for a sneak peek at the December issue of Watercolor Artist, which is available for pre-order now but not available on newsstands until October 22.
With great pride, we announce the Watercolor Artist 2013 Ones to Watch!
An emerging artist is one on the cusp of greater prominence, a painter whose work we’re likely going to be seeing a lot more of in national exhibitions, workshop programs and other art publications. Such are the individuals we selected for Watercolor Artist‘s 2013 Ones to Watch. Enjoy this gallery of additional paintings from...
Andy Evansen shares how to use value studies to remove the guesswork—and white outlines—from your watercolor painting process, as featured in the October 2013 issue of Watercolor Artist. Take the challenge and create your own for a chance to win a prize!