We’re quite proud to offer this preview of the August 2015 issue of Watercolor Artist! Look no further for insider watercolor painting advice, watercolor techniques for wabi sabi painting, insight into the self-portrait and elements of design—it’s all in the August issue.
When I came across these watercolor paintings in Splash 16: Exploring Texture, I knew I had to share them.
There are so many different types of paint brushes that it’s hard to even know which one you should use. That’s why I asked Karlyn Holman to explain which watercolor bushes she uses, and why.
Linda Kemp shares a watercolor painting step-by-step in this free painting lesson. Learn negative painting techniques, and how to paint Koi fish abstractly.
Helen Birch, author of Just Add Watercolor: Inspiration & Painting Techniques from Contemporary Artists, addresses how to get away with using watercolor on canvas in this exclusive excerpt.
Once you’ve had a chance to take in Stewart’s watercolor painting, be swept to Istanbul, as he describes what it’s like to be sketching abroad in what I, at least, consider to be ideal circumstances: with nothing but time and a patient traveling partner.
“Whether I’m painting an abstract or realistic landscape, my goal is to convey the same sense of wonder and beauty that I experienced while on location,” says Karlyn Holman in Watercolor Artist (February).
Congratulations to the 129 artists selected for North Light Books’ latest watercolor competition Splash 17: Inspiring Subjects! If you see your name below, please check your email accounts (and junk boxes) for instructions on next steps. You will receive an email from us with the subject line “Splash 17 Winner Notification” on Thursday, April...
It's reassuring to hear the words of someone like watercolor artist Milford Zornes (1908-2008), in the interview he did with Sylvia Megerdichian and Bill Anderson for The Artist's Magazine on the eve of his 100th birthday. He helps us all see truths that are easy to overlook.
We’re always pumped to get our hands on the latest issue of Watercolor Artist, but the April issue’s release is extra special, as it contains the results of the annual Watermedia Showcase competition!
My winter may be very different from your winter, depending on your climate, but I think there’s one thing we have in common--when the season comes to mind, so does the magic and beauty of snow. Janet Nunn, featured inWatercolor Artist magazine, says that because she lives on a mountain where snow is not...