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Take a sneak peek of the Watercolor Artist August 2013 issue in this video preview! With this must-have art resource you’ll learn Gary Greene’s watercolor techniques for water-soluble colored pencils, fall in love with Andy Wood’s watercolor landscapes, create watercolor texture with Deena S. Ball and get watercolor painting ideas from modern masters.
Today’s guest editor is Rachel Rubin Wolf, artist and author of many North Light Books; most recently she edited Splash 14: Light and Color, which is a compilation of the “Best of Watercolor” paintings discovered in the Splash Art Competition. The following is an excerpt from this celebratory book.
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.
When I came across Italian Garden Nectar by Carl Dalio, I paused to admire the arrangement of glasses and jars and the soft light that signals the sun setting just off to the west of the table. It also reminded me of Soon Y. Warren’s watercolor paintings…
Soon Warren has three new watercolor painting videos out that you’re going to love! Learn how to paint cherries in a glass bowl, koi fish in a rippling pond, and get great tips and techniques for creating great watercolor paintings. …
Crystal vases are beautiful to behold–even when they stand empty, gathering and splaying rays of light that dance with a tilt of your head. But they present a unique challenge for the artist: the clear glass and refracted light take …