The Art of Watercolour 33rd issue - PRINT Edition
Our journey around the world will take you to the studios Dean Mitchell, Corneliu Dragan-Targoviste and Sergey Temerev, whose vast sky vistas never cease to amaze. We will also cross the Mediterranean to meet Djelloul Merhab, a young Algerian watercolour artist whose portraits are full of humanism and empathy. Many more fantastic discoveries await in this winter issue of The Art of Watercolour.
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The world of watercolour is like the technique itself: organic, fluid and alive. It has build a vast network, obviously thanks to all the artists who practice it but also to all the enthusiasts – almost all of them volunteers, the fact deserves to be highlighted - who organize events in order to show the best of watercolour. This issue, in the image of their enthusiasm, seeks, as all the previous ones, to offer an artistic snapshot taking the form of a worldwide panorama. Our journey around the world will take us to Dean Mitchell, Corneliu Dragan-Targoviste and Sergey Temerev, whose vast sky vistas never cease to amaze. We will also cross the Mediterranean to meet Djelloul Merhab, a young Algerian watercolourist who offers us his portraits full of humanism and empathy for his models. Many more fantastic discoveries await in this winter issue of “The Art of Watercolour”. Happy reading… and enjoy your artistic journey!
The editorial team
MEET THE ARTISTS:
Artist challenge: Three artists (Ken Thrift, Vera Dickerson and Mark Mehaffey), one subject: abstract art.
Revelations: Gilles Durand, Éric Alix, Francis Marte, Fabio Cembranelli.
Christian Graniou: An outstanding pedagogue and accomplished artist, he offers a very personal vision of watercolour.
Sergey Temerev: He is a master at painting clouds and large vistas where the sky is often the predominant element of the composition.
My favourite painting: Dean Mitchell on “Summer Light in Paris”.
Djelloul Merhab: The Algerian painter loves nothing more than capturing humanity through his striking models.
Jean-Claude Papeix: Colourful and luminous, his subtle flower paintings are in the image of their creator: discreet, sincere and passionate.
Manuel Jimenez Sanchez: The artist reveals how he transforms what he sees into successful paintings with a strong emphasis on tonal values.
Marvin Chew: Drawing inspiration from observing the world around him, he loves to paint on location.
Arkar Myo: An outdoor painter above all, he shares with us the reasons that lead him to paint from life.
Marc Folly: He is an extremely well-known watercolour artist in France. He tells us all about his background and his vision of watercolour.
Alicia Farris: She believes the luminosity that one can achieve with layers of transparent watercolor is special to that medium.
Portfolio: Corneliu Dragan-Targoviste. The Romanian artist likes nothing more than painting urban scenes.
Readers’ competition: More laureates and more advice!
What’s on: Watercolour events from all over the world.
Call for entries.
- Francesco Fontana: Interpreting urban scenes
- 20 tips for choosing the right brushes
- Things to know about drawing gum
- Understanding the basics of perspective
- How to store your watercolours
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