The Art of Watercolour 42nd issue - PRINT Edition
Enjoy the warm colours of summer in this issue! Pablo Ruben takes us for a stroll along the riverbanks and beaches of Spain, while French artists Jean-Claude Verrot and Jean-François Arnaud show us around their country, palette and sketchbook in hand. You will also discover in this issue the art of Roberto Andréoli, Sun Kai Ting, as well as a central portfolio dedicated to the young artist Wu Sih Shian. Happy reading!
Living the watercolour life
The world of watercolour is, like many others, emerging from a period of enforced hiatus. If last summer was marked by the cancellation or postponement of numerous fairs and exhibitions, the 2021 summer season seems to be taking off. Of course, one cannot yet speak of a complete recovery and a return to normal as there are many questions and issues yet to be answered. But, and this is good news, this summer promises to be pretty eventful as far as watercolour is concerned!
There are any number of fairs, exhibitions, demonstrations and master classes where you will be able to meet and mingle with fellow artists, make new discoveries, and who knows, maybe even exhibit your own watercolours. Summer is also the best time to paint on location and that is why we have chosen in this issue to share with you the secrets of many outdoor painters. We hope you will be able to put them to good use!
Happy reading and enjoy your summer!
Special New Readers’ Competition: The results of our “Urban landscapes and seascapes” themed contest.
What’s on: Watercolour events from all over the world.
Readers’ competition winner: Michael Debski.
Gabriele Koenigs, Roselyne Farail.
MEET THE ARTISTS
Eliette Karche: She explores the Alps with her pencil and camera and transforms these raw emotional experiences into watercolours.
Jean-françois Arnaud: He rides his motorbike across the south of France and beyond in search of subjects to paint.
Roberto Andreoli: Alternating between landscapes and portraits, his watercolours are connected by his musical passion.
Pablo Rubén: The Spanish artist embraces unusual viewpoints and depicts reflections with passion and enthusiasm.
Porfolio Wu Sih Shian. The Taipei artist likes to paint urban scenes with striking contrasts and strong colour harmonies.
Jean-Claude Verrot: As someone who loves to travel, he has chosen the travel journal as a means of relating his memories and impressions.
Sung Kai Ting: His works radiate a luminous atmosphere that comes from his careful observation of his subjects.
Christine Créhalet: Nature is an inexhaustible source of inspiration for her.
Carine Minguet: She produces graceful floral watercolours in which strong compositions are balanced by the colours she skilfully uses.
Germana Snaidero: Very attached to the beauty of her native Italy, her main aim is to create atmosphere in her watercolours.
Donna Acheson: With large photos and in-depth explanations, this six-page demo allows to better understand an artist’s technique.
Annie Dyani: She set herself a challenge during the period of lockdown: she painted strangers, imagining their faces under their masks.
- Sue hibbert: Landscape values.
- Lok Kerk Hwang: Shades of white.
- Lin Ching Chee: Depicting the night.
- Elke Memmler: When expressiveness meets freedom.
- Jan Min: Maritime scenes.
- Chang Hong Bin: Green in all its glory.
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