The Art of Watercolour 34th issue - PRINT Edition
Watercolour in all its forms is showcased in this latest issue of The Art of Watercolour. Featured in this issue are Tatiana Shundeeva, Liu Xide, Atsushi Matsubayashi, Eugen Gorean, Olga Litvinenko as well as many other artists from the world over. To be found as well in this issue a special portfolio showing 10 of the world's greatest watercolour artists.
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Some say that a painting only exists if it is looked at. In other words, the ‘raison d’être’ of a work of art resides in its relationship with the viewer. The same is true of a magazine: it only exists because it is read, its sole purpose being the exchange created with its readers. And it really is a two-way relationship. We present artists from around the globe, artists that are both exemplary in their use of watercolour and at the same time individual in what they have to say and their way of saying it, but that it is only one aspect, for the other essential ingredient is you, our readers. As the finest watercolour magazine in the world, we strive to provide you with accurate and up-to-date information on what is going on in the global watercolour community and we are constantly trying to improve our magazine. That is why your input is valued and your opinion highly esteemed. Why not drop us a line or two about the magazine: firstname.lastname@example.org. What do you think of the artists shown in each issue? Who would you like to see featured in our next issues? Are there any important events we should know about? The editorial staff of ‘The Art of Watercolour’ are as passionate about the medium and its proponents as you are yourselves. We try to keep in touch with the events that shape the world of watercolour, but it may happen that we are simply unaware of an event. In the words of Oscar Wilde, we may know more than we think we know, but we know less than we would like to…
Enjoy this issue and have a great spring!
In the spotlight: Angus McEwan’s ‘Shroud of Qingdao’.
Zoom on… The first 100 years of the NWS.
What’s on: Watercolour events from all over the world.
Portfolio: 10 great masters. As our magazine is nearing its ten-year anniversary, our selection of great masters present their works from ten years ago and their most recent endeavours.
MEET THE ARTISTS
Revelations: Isabelle Dal-Pos, Bev Jozwiak, Eric Sweet, Maryse Louis.
Artist challenge: Three artists (Lok Kerk-Hwang, David Poxon and Peter Jablokow), one subject: still life.
Atsushi Matsubayashi. His sensitive nudes are the result of his observation of light and a keen eye.
Ryan Fox: How to use a batik-like technique with wax resist.
Valentina Verlato: The Italian artist tells us all about the interplay between drawing, colour, and values.
Pasqualino Fracasso: Meet a painter of atmospheres, who works with light and geometry.
Olga Litvinenko. Already well-known for her watercolours of urban scenes, the Russian artist is also an outstanding portrait painter.
From then to now: A new feature in which an artist explains how his work has evolved over the past ten years. Eugen Gorean inaugurates this new series.
Tatiana Shundeeva: It is in the luxuriance of cascading blossoms that the Russian artist found her passion for watercolour.
Liu Xide: His portraits are both full of life and expressive.
László Pomothy: Learning from books and workshops with various artists, he has forged his very own style that he questions with each watercolour. Readers’ competition: More laureates and more advice!
Winner of our readers’ contest: Denny Bond
Fly on the wall: The latest news on the social networks.
Our book selection: Essential books to find inspiration and improve your practice.
Call for entries
- How to make your own watercolours, by Anna Belhalfaoui.
- How to store your framed paintings, by David Stickel
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