The Art of Watercolour 40th issue - DIGITAL Edition
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Special New Readers’ Competition: The results of our “Your favourite subject” theme contest.
Readers’ competition runners-up: Cristina Mateus and Che Wei Su.
MEET THE ARTISTS:
Annah Chepurnaya-Oleynik. Organic forms intermingle and vivid hues shimmer in the floral watercolours of this Belarussian artist.
Watana Kreetong. Portraits of people going about their everyday life.
Adrián Marmolejo Clarhed. He likes to paint urban settings with large washes which seek to render their vibrant atmosphere.
Revelation: Clare Watkins.
Tatiana Bechtgold. Animals and cats in particular hold a special place in her heart.
Pasqualino Fracasso. His watercolours have changed and have taken a more graphic, more essential direction.
PORTFOLIO Wen Jane Yu. The Readers’ competiton winner of our last issue strives to represent the city by superimposing light, transparent washes.
Bev Jozwiak: Her colourful compositions portray ballet dancers and children, using abstract and loose backgrounds.
Patrick Hanin. Letting go, taking advantage of serendipity and the unexpected, in order to go beyond reality and offer luminous works.
Direk Kingnok. The beauty of familiar sites, sometimes in very large formats!
Jan Alice Keeling. Her delicate watercolours are the outcome of long hours of work and research.
Thomas LEE. A self-taught painter, he likes to paint places that are of particular importance to him.
Peggy Flora Zalucha. Drawing from the tradition of still life and in a photorealistic style, she elaborates her own vision of the world.
Danièle Fabre. Painting is like writing a story in which colours replace words. TECHNICAL GUIDE:
Richard Stephens, a voluntary approach to watercolour.
Olga Dadasheva, marine subjects.
Thierry de Marichalar, highlighting essential elements.
Fernand Thienpondt, rapids and small waterfalls
Painting analysis: Harvest season by Shuang Li.
Call for artists
Tribune: Janine Gallizia urges you to help create a New watercolour era.
What’s on: Watercolour events from all over the world.
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