Today’s feature is about the imaginative watercolor art of Julia Sorrell, as seen in Watercolor Artist 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!
If you love everything about art, including learning new styles, looking at the work of others, and being inspired by the enthusiasm of other artists, then I have the book for you. Jean Haines’ World of Watercolor has all of the above, and more.
See how watercolor artist Shirley Trevena creates paintings on her own terms, and be inspired.
Watch a video previewing the October 2015 issue of Watercolor Artist. Creative inspiration guaranteed!
View two of the exceptional watercolor paintings from Splash 16: The Best of Watercolor, Exploring Texture, and read what the artists have to say about their work.
There’s something to be said for subtlety, whether it comes to a hint of garlic in a delicious Italian dish, a trace of perfume lightly dashed on one’s neck, or the suggestion from a flirtatious smile that leaves you wondering, “Did he/she just smile at me?” Art can have the same effect and--like any...
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.
The landscapes you’ve experienced in your lifetime may or may not have included farmland. And your history will dictate what you feel when you view a landscape watercolor painting such as Barn with Tractor by Laurin McCracken.
Watercolor artist Thomas Schaller, on his working method, greatest challenge and the most interesting thing about the way he works.
Win free art supplies in the ArtistsNetwork Swag Bag. This month features a selection of products for watercolor artists!