Learn five important hacks for beginners working in watercolor with expert painter Kathryn Keller Larkins, as she demonstrates with her new series.
Thomas Schaller's watercolor paintings alone are enough to stir emotion in the viewer, but add to that his journey and you’ll have a new level of appreciation.
WEB SEMINAR: Create Drama with Weather Effects! TIME: 1:00 to 5:00 PM EST DATES: 3 Saturdays: October 14, October 21, October 28 The class may extend more than 4 hours WHERE: From the comfort of your home You do not have to attend the sessions live. Everything gets recorded and can be downloaded...
Artist Oliver Pyle shares his top five tips for painting atmosphere in watercolor landscapes, from getting to know your subject to mastering your technique.
The life of a city and its people is often the life of its bridges. New York bridges have fascinated artist Antonio Masi for years. Take a look.
Discover just how watercolor celeb, Thomas Schaller, creates atmosphere in watercolor paintings of skies and water.
Create a clutter-free landscape painting with Johannes Vloothuis in this 3-part online art workshop as you follow along with three painting demonstrations.
Jean Haines extols the virtues of a loose and wild life...of watercolor. Join her as she discusses how play and movement are crucial components to watercolors that have personality and convey joy and vibrancy.
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!
Follow The Urban Sketchers' Marc Taro Holmes as he employs his "tea, milk and honey" approach for applying watercolor to a sketch.
Learn about the three types of watercolor paper (hot pressed, cold pressed and rough) and when to use each for the results you want in your paintings.