The Art of Watercolour 36th issue - DIGITAL Edition
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Zoom on: “Lythraceae”, by Navin Tan
What’s on: Watercolour events from all over the world.
We were there: The 2019 Biennale of Brioude, France.
Call for entries: Try your luck in the next international competitions
Readers’ competition: The results of the Marine theme contest.
Readers’ competition winner: John Cooney
Readers’ competition runner-up:
- Ekaterina Sava
- Corneliu Dragan
One theme, 3 artists: Charles Rouse, Ryan Fox and Joe Dowden share their points of view on preserving whites.
My last painting: “Hortensia and Delphinium”, by Sarah Yeoman, and “Morning Still Life” by Olga Litvinenko.
MEET THE ARTISTS
Portfolio: American artist Charles Reid, who passed away last June, was one of the most important and influential watercolourists of the 20th century.
Alexis le Borgne: A young and increasingly popular artist for whom watercolour rhymes with strength, spontaneity, light and subtlety.
Revelations: Galina Gomzina and Annick Malotaux.
Julie Gilbert Pollard: She has made rocky sites her favourite subject, and likes to use strong colours to create added sensations.
Marnie becker: Her works in which she pursues a modern approach to pointillism reflect the intense emotions she feels when on location.
Anne Baron: Letting the water flow freely, she depicts nature at its most mysterious and most powerful.
Raghunath Sahoo: This Indian artist is in love with his country and culture, which he portrays in poetic and yet realistic watercolours.
Face to face: John Cooney and Suzy Schultz, two artists facing reality.
Peggi Habets: Renowned for her ballerina series, she’s back with seom new watercolours.
Mikhail Starchenko: He loves nothing more than losing himself in the details of his hyperrealistic watercolours.
Face to face: Still lifes are a multi-faceted subject that allows artists to give their creativity free rein. Irina Zhunaeva and Domenico di Meco explain how they tackle it.
Jan Min: This Dutch artist loves rendering mysterious and misty atmospheres, revealing their latent poetry.
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