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Get Watercolor Artist: The Ultimate Resource for Watercolor Painting
New York City watercolor artist Antonio Masi paints bridgescapes from all around the world, but in particular, those of his beloved Gotham, to connect his past with his present. Here we share several of his international “connections.”
Watercolor artist Karin Isenburg shares how layering transparent watercolors heightens every detail of her still life paintings—from the light hitting a bowl of fruit to the reflections on a gold-rimmed bowl, and more.
U.K. watercolorist Andy Wood has a simple philosophy: The artist’s role is to look, often intently, and to communicate what he sees to his audience. He himself is drawn to the everyday—people, locales and objects—which he shares here.
Gary Greene shares his step-by-step wet-on-dry technique for creating Flower Power (water-soluble colored pencils and wax-based colored pencil on paper, 17¾x24), as seen in the August 2013 issue of Watercolor Artist.
by Richard Stephens Over the years, I’ve had many students take my watercolor workshops because they want to “loosen up.” Because I strive for a loose, spontaneous look in my watercolor paintings, they want to learn my tricks. One …
Watercolor artist Elaine Daily-Birnbaum’s abstract work, An Afternoon Story, took second place honors in the “What Do You Love?” Competition featured in the June 2013 issue of Watercolor Artist. She says the impetus for her award-winning work was her …
In the June 2013 issue of Watercolor Artist, seven watercolor artists, members of the international organization Urban Sketchers, share their on-site watercolor cityscapes created all around the world. Their globe-trotting art includes city scenes from locales such as New York, …
Dutch-born watercolor artist Heleen Cornet treks the treacherous mountains of Saba, a remote Caribbean island, camping out in the rain forest to sketch and paint its lush scenes. In the June 2013 issue of Watercolor Artist, Cornet shares how she …
If you admire Mary Whyte’s colorful, engaging watercolors as much as I do, you’ll be excited about this new eMagazine from The Artist’s Magazine. Included in Mary Whyte: Essential Lessons in Watercolor Painting are inspiring features such as a Q+A with …