In her richly detailed watercolor botanicals, Louisiana artist Christine Cozic takes viewers up close to encourage a more intimate look at nature's bounty.
It takes a bold artist to capture the high contrast and almost otherworldly geometry of the landscapes and plantlife along the Texas coast and Hill Country. Watercolorist Pam Stanley was one such talent–a painter who found herself most at home when experimenting with bright colors. She reveled in every opportunity to share this passion...
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View the winning work from Watercolor Artist's latest Creativity Workshop challenge, and learn how to get involved in the next one and paint your way to a prize.
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Acclaimed artist, author and instructor Nita Leland shares four simple steps for using failed watercolor paintings as collage elements.
Have you been chomping at the bit to find out who painted his or her way to our latest prize? In the February 2012 issue of Watercolor Artist, Carol Z. Brody challenged painters to mix and match various techniques and textures in their watermedia paintings. (Click here to read an excerpt of the article...
Watercolor artist Dale Laitinen shares his tip for using gesso in a painting.
Thomas W. Schaller, featured in the April 2012 issue of Watercolor Artist, has brought new energy to his architectural-inspired watercolors. View a web-exclusive gallery of his paintings.
Gerhard Richter's constant artistic transformation, from blurred photorealistic paintings to monochrome and color chart paintings to expressive abstract watercolors and work in stained glass, created new boundaries and challenged the limits of genre. Richter bravely strived to change the definition of what art should do, painting beyond the end of painting. For that, he...
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