The Art of Watercolour 29th issue - Watercolour one step closer to your goal
In our winter issue, many well-established artists tackle the subject: David Stickel touches on his successes and setbacks, Jean-Louis Thibaut looks back over his career of 30+ years, and newcomer Alisa Shea explains how watercolour helped her overcome personal issues. You will also meet Judy Saltzman, who doesn’t shy away from using a camera and a computer for her paintings; Denny Bond, who has become a master of composition; read about framing, human figure, social media and essential oils in our 12 page technical guide. And let’s not forget the results of our NWS/The Art of Watercolour 2017 and Readers’ competitions, with plenty of outstanding works…
Happy New Year to you all!
|Country of Manufacture||France|
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Readers’ competition : In every issue, your magazine gives you the chance to take part in a competition in order to encourage you to increase your talent. And now we’re going to do even more: we’re going to publish more winners in each magazine, provided of course that more and more of you continue to enter. The contest is an effective way to increase motivation and make your work known to your friends, other artists and the shows and galleries that are constantly looking in the magazine for their future exhibitions…
International news: Watercolour events from all over the world.
MEET THE ARTISTS:
David Poxon. An exclusive meeting in Reims, France.
Artist challenge: Three artists, one subject: winter landscapes.
Revelations: Daniel Bota and Aung Htet Lwin
Artist’s corner: David Stickel has known successes... as well as setbacks. Each of these experiences has been an opportunity for him to grow and develop.
Jean-Louis Thibaut: Looking back over the 30+ years career of the French artist.
Zoom on... Rose Edin: A few baskets of colourful fruit in a market are enough to evoke the heat, sights, sounds and poverty of India.
Judy Saltzman: The American artist doesn’t shy away from using a camera and a computer for her paintings.
Denny Bond: Sound composition is the basis of any successful painting and it is a subject that American artist Denny Bond has mastered.
Eudes Correia: The Brazilian artist sketches characters going about their daily lives.
Marie-Françoise Ingels: The artist finds inspiration in the forces at work in her subconscious.
My favourite painting: ‘Playing Poker’ by Zhou Tianya
Alisa shea: The paintings of this young American artist already show great technical expertise.
Jiangang Sun: The paintings of the winner of our last readers’ competition are embued with atmosphere.
NWS portfolio: The results of our first competition with the National Watercolor Society
TECHNICAL GUIDE: Career, tips, inspiration, composition… 12 pages of essential information to become a consummate artist.
Call for entries: Here is the list of the main upcoming international competitions and all you need to know if you want to apply.