Learn about the three types of watercolor paper (hot pressed, cold pressed and rough) and when to use each for the results you want in your paintings.
Figure This Part Out and You Will Paint Anything Beautifully If you want to really enjoy watercolor painting and sync to all of its wild, flowing, fluid possibilities, you have to understand one thing and one thing ONLY–how to break down your compositions into values, and then how you translate value to color in watercolor...
It's time to get out and explore new places for the summer and make art! Find inspiration and helpful advice in Splash 18 The Best of Watercolor.
Catherine P. O’Neill shares her watercolor techniques for pouring and lifting to create the effect of mist. Follow along step-by-step in this demonstration.
Watercolor artist Carol Evans shares how to focus your observational skills on four unique areas when painting still water in watercolor.
With a self-control borne out of experience, Olga Litvinenko knows when to forge ahead and when to scale back in glowing watercolors that express her love of city life.
Painting with bold brush strokes and drippy washes, Fealing Lin keeps her watercolors fresh and lively. Enjoy a web-exclusive gallery of her new landscape work here.
Editor of The Artist’s Magazine, Maureen Bloomfield, shares her speech she gave at the 150th Anniversary celebration of the American Watercolor Society.
Watercolor Painting Tutorials from the Pros — Leaving White Space Watercolor artist Michael Reardon loves “painting” passages of white in watercolor but as many of you likely realize, he doesn’t paint them at all. Reardon simply understands how to use the white of his surface to the best advantage. He discovered his own particular...