Tim Bengel is an artist to watch, and here’s why.
For several years, New York artist Colleen Blackard has been producing an interesting body of drawings that aren't quite like anything else.
With a self-control borne out of experience, Olga Litvinenko knows when to forge ahead and when to scale back in glowing watercolors that express her love of city life.
Painting with bold brush strokes and drippy washes, Fealing Lin keeps her watercolors fresh and lively. Enjoy a web-exclusive gallery of her new landscape work here.
Since 2008, Lisa O'Regan has been painting the subjects dearest to her heart: watercolor portraits of her children and cats. View these super saturated works here!
Abel Kesteven captures the excitement of pastel figures and animals in action with a minimalist, semi-abstract approach that successfully gets to the essence of his subjects. View his colorful paintings here!
"Grasses talk to me,” says Montana artist Jeanette Rehahn. View her "living carpets" in this gallery of pastel landscapes from Pastel Journal, and learn more about her in the February 2017 issue.
Take a look at Maria Marino's pastel studies and learn how they inform her stunning pastel paintings.
Esteemed watercolorist John Salminen shares the stories behind the paintings from a few of his most recent adventures.
Catherine P. O’Neill paints watercolor figures and scenes from the American heartland with a pouring and lifting technique that she shares in the December 2016 issue of Watercolor Artist. View some of her paintings here!
Meet the emerging artists who have caught the attention of today’s top instructors and exhibition jurors throughout the year. These “Ones to Watch” obviously treasure their work, and the various ways in which they channel that passion are what make this annual feature so celebratory.