Every mark you make on your watercolor paper is an opportunity to make a statement, reveal a truth about yourself, your life or your view of the world at large. In the December issue of Watercolor Artist, we’ve gathered a cast of remarkable artists, all of whom have something important to say:
For esteemed watercolorist Paul Jackson, art provides a unique avenue for helping the wildlife affected by this summer’s Gulf Coast oil spill. For Keiko Tanabe, painting is a means to share her experiences and open the eyes of others to new places and cultures. In his riveting interiors and architectural works, Andrew M. Kish III explores a range of social, political and personal themes, choosing subjects and manipulating compositions and viewpoints to make a statement about current events. Another self-described provocateur, Tom Herzberg has created an odd imaginary world, wherein he hopes to transcend conventional subject matter and evoke a deeper response from viewers.
You’ll find an inspired collection of work from these watercolorists and much more in our December issue. Click here to take a sneak peek at our table of contents. Plus, check out our website for lots of fun extras and bonus downloads.
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