Get Watercolor Artist: The Ultimate Resource for Watercolor Painting

For artists working in watermedia, Watercolor Artist is the definitive source for creative inspiration and technical information. Learn how to paint with watercolor and be inspired by the gorgeous artwork, tips, insight and creative inspiration from the best in the field.


Painting Water With Watercolors | Carol Evans Landscape Gallery

Watercolorist Carol Evans paints the sort of idyllic scenes you’d expect to see in a tourism brochure or dream vacation photos. But in reality, she just taps into the inspiration that surrounds her every day. As a 30-year resident of Salt Spring Island off the west coast of British Columbia, Canada, she has lived much...

Stephen Quiller acrylic landscape painting

Acrylic Landscape Paintings by Stephen Quiller

“Watermedia painting has a long history,” says Stephen Quiller in the August 2014 issue of Watercolor Artist. “Most of the best-known watercolor masters, including Joseph Mallord William Turner, William Blake, Winslow Homer, John Singer Sargent, Charles E. Burchfield and John Marin, used opaque gouache, wax, India ink or charcoal along with transparent watercolor in...

Mexican Back Road by Stan Miller

Watercolor, Egg Tempera Blend Power, Subtlety | Stan Miller

Stan Miller has an eye that’s equally fascinated by explosive drama and the quietest subtleties. In his watercolor and egg tempera paintings, he combines the excitement of powerful light sources and blazing highlights with passages of closely keyed color that are exquisitely judged. His portraits are precisely observed, but they also transmit expressions and...


On Sabbaticals and Lifelines | Carla O’Connor

A yearlong sabbatical outside the classroom gave workshop instructor and watercolor artist Carla O’Connor time for reflection, renewal and reconnection. “I had begun a group of paintings several years ago,” O’Connor says, “but my workshop schedule had monopolized a majority of my time and attention, causing me to put the works aside. While on leave, though,...

Ta' Pawlina by Peter Quinn

Drawn to Paint | Peter Quinn

English artist Peter Quinn relies on drawing—something he greatly enjoys—as the foundation for the bold color and strong shapes of his watercolor paintings, most often of townscapes. He takes a sketchbook with him on all of his painting excursions, filling it with lively, linear-style drawings in waterproof ink. These days, he takes a watercolor box, too,...