Watercolor Paintings From Around the World

Joining many other countries in honoring watercolor painting, Thailand has placed watermedia center stage in museums and organized important watercolor events, including The World Watermedia Exposition (WWET). The goals of the expo were twofold: to provide an opportunity for the top watercolor artists of Thailand to form relationships and share knowledge with master painters from other parts of the world, and to create an international exhibition highlighting many of the finest watercolorists working today. Here’s sampling of the watercolors that were on view. For the full story of the event, and tips for painting en plein air around the world, check out the February 2016 issue of Watercolor Artist.

 

Untitled by Kamoi Tassananchalee (Thailand)

Untitled by Kamoi Tassananchalee (Thailand)

 

Venice by Stan Miller (USA)

Venice by Stan Miller (USA)

 

My Mom by Sattha Homsawat (LaFe) (Thailand)

My Mom by Sattha Homsawat (LaFe) (Thailand)

 

Window Carmel by Xiaochang Zhang (USA/China)

Window Carmel by Xiaochang Zhang (USA/China)

 

Light In Venice by Michal Jasiewicz (Poland)

Light In Venice by Michal Jasiewicz (Poland)

 

Fog In Winter by Liu Yong Jian (China)

Fog In Winter by Liu Yong Jian (China)

 

Coming Home by Joe Francis Dowden (England)

Coming Home by Joe Francis Dowden (England)

 

Side Street by Ong  Kim Seng (Singapore)

Side Street by Ong Kim Seng (Singapore)

 

Samutsongkram by Boonkwang Noncharoen (Thailand)

Samutsongkram by Boonkwang Noncharoen (Thailand)

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