Watercolor Art: How to Techniques Painting & Landscapes

Mastering the fundamentals and various approaches to watercolor art is challenging and rewarding. You’ll learn about watercolor painting techniques for landscapes and portraits and more, in online galleries, watercolor tutorials and creative challenges. Enjoy learning how to paint with watercolors!

Landscape Painting Watercolor Art

Watercolor Painting: Landscapes that Sparkle

What’s so great about landscape painting? A lot of things, as it turns out. Landscape painting offers something different to every painter; whether it’s capturing the fleeting beauty of a changing landscape, the pull of a a coastal seascape you return to every summer, or even just a small patch of land at the...

How to Paint Water

Learn How to Paint Water in Watercolor: 3 Demos

A Mesmerizing Subject Water is always changing, always different. It can act as a mirror, reflecting its surroundings back at us, or it can be opaque and impossible to read; it can be calm or whipped up by weather, deep or shallow, sometimes it moves, sometimes it’s still. It flows through our literature, adding...

How to Paint Trees

How to Paint Trees in Watercolor, Pen & Ink

How to Paint Trees The beauty of painting trees is that, like faces and snowflakes, every one of them is different. It’s no wonder then, that the approach to painting trees is different for every artist and in every medium. But when it comes to learning how to paint trees using watercolor and pen...


Painting Loose | Jean Haines’ World of Watercolor

Watercolor artist Jean Haines, featured in the October 2015 issue of Watercolor Artist, is known for painting a wide range of subjects in a loose and interpretive style. Light, color and sections left to the viewers’ imagination play a vital role in her work. “One of the ways I’ve found to challenge myself and advance my...

Sleeping Child (watercolor on paper) by Julia Sorrell

The Shape of Things to Come: Julia Sorrell Watercolor Figures

Drawing and geometry serve as the strong underpinnings for British artist Julia Sorrell‘s watercolor paintings. They’re at the heart of her work, both in the development of the composition—the visible and suggested lines that lead the eye around a painting—and in the construction of the often-complex shapes she draws. One of her figure series on the human condition...