The June issue of Watercolor Artist is brimming with artists who have stepped out of their creative refuge and changed their work forever as a result—including James Toogood, José Apaza, Graham Flatt, Jill Krasner, Richard Sneary, Brienne Brown, Glen Knowles and more. Watch this preview to get an idea of the fantastic featured artwork.
I’ll be the first to admit that I get excited easily. Joy and laughter are rarely far from the surface, and there’s good reason for that. I absorb it from others, like a sponge. When I listen to someone who is passionate about his or her craft, I can feel it, and I want...
This post comes to you live from Houston, Texas, at the International Art Materials Trade Association’s 2016 Art Materials World convention and trade show. We're here to scour the trade show floor and spot the latest and greatest art supply store merchandise on the market, and then share it with you!
Watch a video preview of the April 2016 issue of Watercolor Artist, and learn what other gems await in the new issue!
An exclusive excerpt about color and value from the new book "Watercolor Techniques" by Michael Reardon.
The results from Watercolor Artist's annual watercolor art competition are in! Watch a video and get details on the 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!
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.