The Art of Watercolour 30th issue - Digital Edition
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David Poxon. Behind the scene: International Watercolour Masters, in Weston Park, UK.
Artist challenge: Still lifes are a favourite subject with many watercolour artists and there are probably as many different ways of approaching this particular topic as there are artists. We have chosen three watercolourists with different sensibilities: Chris Krupinksi from the US, Nono Garcia from Spain and Elena Bazanova who heralds from Russia.
Revelations: Måns Sjöberg and Shari Blaukopf.
Zheng Feng: The Chinese painter now living in United States, tells us all about his life as an artist between two different cultures and two watercolour traditions.
Fealing Lin: The human figure is her favourite painting subject.
Dennis Garrison: “It’s important to paint for your enjoyment.”
PORTFOLIO: Dashuai Sun. This Chinese artist creates detailed watercolours, inspired by the Mongolian figurative art he fell in love with.
Cesc Farré: Water is a complex subject that Cesc Farré has mastered.
Myint Naing: Nude is a relatively new subject for painters in Myanmar. This artist reveals all about his culture and subject choices.
Jill Krasner: Her floral compositions are mostly imaginary, outside conventions.
David Parfitt: This British artist uses printmaking and watercolour to create fascinating landscapes with some abstract elements.
Vladislav Yeliseyev: Uncovering the city’s inner beauty is the aim of this globe-trotting painter devoted to plein air painting.
Ekaterina Sava: Bright colours used for painting flowers in a romantic style.
David Norman: The winner of our last readers’ competition tells us how he tries to be as loose as possible, in order to create atmosphere.
TECHNICAL GUIDE: 6 pages of essential information to become a consummate artist.
- How to find your inspiration on a daily basis
- Monochrome sketches
- Signing your paintings: when, how, where?
Readers’ competition: More laureates and more advice! A permanent watercolour competition designed to encourage your talent.
International news: Watercolour events from all over the world.
We were there: The Drawing and Water-Based Paintings Fair, Paris
Call for entries: Here is the list of the main upcoming international competitions and all you need to know if you want to apply.