The Art of Watercolour 39th issue - PRINT Edition
The latest issue of The Art of Watercolour takes you on a new world tour. You will find colorful portraits by Jean-Luc Decron, as well as lush and luxurious landscapes by Chang Hong-Bin as well as the luminous still lifes by Lana Privitera. The journey moves on to Australia with Herman Pekel whose paintings show great dexterity and fantastic craftsmanship. Finally, Janine Gallizia's advice will help you bounce back after lockdown. Enjoy this issue!
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MEET THE ARTISTS:
Revelations: Domenico Di Meo and Amarjeet Maan.
Nicholas Poullis. Observing, capturing and rendering the light of the South of France.
Tatiana Anisimova: Watercolours with bright colours and simplified shapes.
Bénédicte Stef-Frisbey: Celebrating the creativity of watercolour: a lesson in humility.
Lana Privitera : Turning everyday objects into captivating hyperrealistic still lifes.
Will Yang: Harbour scenes that border on abstraction.
Chang Hong-Bin: Luxuriant landscapes that are a celebration of life itself.
Théo Sauer: Fascinated by places with soul, Théo Sauer has rediscovered the hidden beauty of his immediate surroundings.
Jean-Paul Olivari: The solar artwork of a painter from Provence.
Eban: From psychological landscapes to lyrical abstraction.
Herman Pekel: The Australian artist’s paintings show great dexterity and fantastic craftsmanship.
Portfolio Jean-Luc Decron: Revealing emotion: colourful portraits.
Technical guide by Janine Gallizia
Learn to identify your habits in order to free yourself from them and move forward in the cycle of progress.
Technical guide by Jean-Luc Decron
Follow the advice of portraitist Jean-Luc Decron and bring your colours and values to life.
Technical guide by Frank Perrot
Simple exercises to work on shapes and values.
Technical guide by Marc Folly
The keys to help you better understand landscape painting.
Technical guide by Janine Gallizia
How artists can bounce back after lockdown.
What’s on: Watercolour events from all over the world.
Readers’ competition: The results of our Spring landscape theme contest.
Readers’ competition winner: Vicente García Fuentes.
Readers’ competition runners-up: Detlev Bucks and Michal Helienek.
As we go to press many uncertainties remain. Uncertainties about the start of the new school year and the possible reinforcing of social distancing measures, as well as questions about the evolution of the coronavirus. In any case, the global extent of this “phenomenon” has clearly demonstrated the capacity of this virus to disrupt many aspects of our lives and perhaps even our civilisation.
The impact of the pandemic on the world of watercolour has certainly been important, as it has been in just about every other area of life, with the cancellation of exhibitions and workshops that has resulted in a significant loss of income for artists, whose financial situation was already fragile. But this context has also allowed painters to implement new strategies and to reinvent themselves with, for example, live demonstrations on social networks and live classes that have helped – like other similar initiatives during lockdown – to preserve a sense of sociability and togetherness.
One of the direct consequences for ‘The Art of Watercolour’ and a very large portion of the press in general has been the disruption of distribution networks. It is quite possible that The Art of Watercolour may no longer be available in newsstands around the world and so, if you want to be sure to receive every single issue of your magazine and not miss a single one, we can only encourage you to subscribe!
Enjoy your reading. The Editorial Staff.
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