The Art of Watercolour 38th issue - PRINT Edition
This new issue of The Art of Watercolour, the most international magazine about your favourite technique, once again takes you on a journey. In this issue, artists from all over the world have come together to show you their techniques and give you the best advice: Viktoria Prischedko, Sean Barrett, Mark Mehaffey and Alexey Pelevin are some of the many watercolour encounters awaiting you in these pages. Happy reading!
MEET THE ARTISTS:
Readers’ competition winner: Sung Kai Ting
Readers’ competition runners-up: Konstantin Sterkhov and Andrzej Gosik
Frank Liao Xiaoping: The challenges of flower painting.
Revelations: Ingrid Lefevre and Maria Gloria Giraldo Portero.
Viktoria Prischedko: Making emotions visible.
Sean Barrett: An artist with a passion for realism and car wrecks
Igor Mosiychuk PORTFOLIO: A master in landscape painting, his atmospheric scenes perfectly capture the soul of his chosen location.
Catherine Rey: She wields transparent watercolour to paint objects from everyday life in skilfully presented compositions.
André Farnier: The simple happiness of nature.
Ingrid Albrecht: Striking views of the artist’s native Chicago.
Claudia Diaz Hernandez: The modern and powerful watercolours of a Mexican artist.
Marc Folly and Sergey Temerev: Different approaches to skies and landscapes as seen through the eyes of these two well-known artists.
Ye Yint Myint Naing: Burmese artist Ye Yint Myint Naing finds inspiration on the coast, in ports and on the banks of rivers.
Éric Alix: The French artist paints in a very graphic style, somewhat reminiscent of movie stills.
Mark Mehaffey: This well-known American watercolourist talks about the sources of his creativity and shares some advice about using gesso.
Alexey Pelevin: His paintings convey his feeling s and, as such, are a reflection of the Russian character.
Focus on a masterpiece: “In the Morning”, by Stephen Yau
Preview: The National Watercolor Society, the first 100 years.
What’s on: Watercolour events all around the world.
New readers’ competition : The results of our spring landscapes themed contest, and our new competition rules!
One theme, 3 artists: Maryse Louis, Konstantin Sterkhov and Phil Schmidt on painting animals.
Call for entries
Winter has finally given way to spring and with it comes the desire to paint in the open air. Watercolour is, as everyone knows, the art of light and therefore a medium that is in tune with the seasons and close to nature. Should a common denominator be found for all the artists present in this spring issue, it would undoubtedly be a shared desire to celebrate life itself.
Whether it is the magnificent landscapes of Marc Folly and Sergey Temerev, the meandering rivers of Myanmar depicted by Ye Yint Myint Naing, the imaginary cities of Viktoria Prischedko inspired by the places she visits for her workshops and master classes, the dazzling floral compositions of Frank Liao XiaoPing, or the homage paid to the animal world by Maryse Louis, all these artists have at heart to celebrate the life force of our universe. This celebration may also sometimes be a tribute to human activity, notably with the watercolour collection of the Hilbert Museum in California, which remains an important testimony to the urban, economic and cultural growth of the West Coast of the United States. Whatever their style, their approach and favourite subjects, all the artists in this issue reveal to us the mysteries of nature at its most beautiful using just the tip of their brush, and of course their talent. In their time, the Goncourt Brothers praised Chardin for his ability to render for each fruit “the flavour of its colours, the fuzz of its skin, the pulp of its flesh”. Let us in turn praise the watercolourists for their vitality in rendering in painting both the pulp and the flesh of our world.
Enjoy your reading,
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