Bring your silver subjects into focus and make them sparkle in watercolor with Soon Warren’s brilliant watercolor techniques.
Watercolor Artist is pleased to feature 26 top award-winning paintings from watercolor societies’ 2016 juried exhibitions in this video, plus we've got your deadlines for the 2017 juried exhibitions right here!
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.
When watercolorist Nadine Charlsen walked into Paul Ching-Bor’s class, his first words caught her by surprise: “I don’t have rules.” Foregoing traditional technique, he started dark and worked light; he liberally scratched parts off and scrubbed others out, “and I’d never seen that before,” Charlsen says. That class challenged her own tendencies, allowing her the...
You won't want to miss this simple watercolor demonstration on pigments with Jean Haines.
The February issue of Watercolor Artist features the paintings that won top prizes in national watercolor society exhibitions, creative jump-starts and new watercolor hacks to try. Featured artists include Helen Brown, Nadine Charlsen, Kathleen S. Giles, Olga Litvinenko, Yael Maimon, Enza Viceconte, William Trost Richards and more. Watch our preview and check it out!
Israeli artist Yael Maimon is known for adept, expressive strokes; bold, vivid colors; and delightfully engaging painting series of cats, desserts and fairytale figures. “I think that over the years I’ve developed my own style that keeps evolving,” she says. “It’s a natural process; it’s not static. Style builds slowly over time and shifts in relation to life...
Follow along with this watercolor demonstration, a saturated paper technique for painting animals in watercolor with Cheng-Khee Chee.
As a watercolorist, Enza Viceconte finds water to be essential to her work, and it also serves as the subject and spiritual wellspring of her creative output. “I really love the sea, its rocks and its natural light,” Viceconte says. “The silent and private language I share with the sea has always been a...
In this online workshop you will learn how to add brilliant light to a specific area in your painting to create awesome effects where the viewer will feel invited to walk right into your scene.
There are so many ways to approach the subject of water in your watercolor art, but sometimes, the simplest approaches are the best. Gordon MacKenzie demonstrates three approaches to the subject and shows that learning how to paint water can be fun, with achievable results right away.