The Art of Watercolour 45th issue - DIGITAL Edition
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Special New Readers’ Competition: The results of our “Action or Change” themed contest.
What’s on: Watercolour events from all over the world.
Competition winner : Katarzyna Kmiecik
PORTFOLIO: Dylan Scott Pierce. This young American artist is fascinated by Africa, its inhabitants and its fauna.
MEET THE ARTISTS:
Kourosh Aslani: He is fascinated by representing the moment, both the moment he paints and the moment he portrays in his atmospheric landscapes.
Susy Soulies: Passionate about colour, she demonstrates that it is possible to show freedom in watercolour while relying on a well-constructed and detailed drawing.
Ksenija Koloskova: Drawing inspiration from her travels, she walks a fine line between abstraction and figuration, dreams and reality.
Viktoria Prischedko: The artist reveals her vision of watercolour in which emotions meet colours.
Revelation: Jean-Louis Aparicio. This former globe-trotter has been painting in watercolour for ten years and loves portraits.
Anne McCartney: She paints multiple layers of colour, applying masking fluid between each layer to obtain saturated colours in paintings that showcase the depth of her sensibility.
Peter Jablokow: An architect by training, he likes the foundations that a solid drawing gives him. It allows him to let go and play with the characteristics of watercolour.
Liu Yi: The paintings of this Chinese master are marked by a form of serenity and respect for his subject that only come with an exact and precise knowledge of the technique of watercolour.
Special feature: portraits by Supawan Srinapharat, Ona Kingdon and Jean-Paul Rousseau.
- If you are feeling unmotivated and uninspired, follow Janine Gallizia’s simple method to get your painting flowing again.
- An Indian courtyard, enhanced by Bijay Biswaal.
- Light through colour, an animal demo by Christopher Reid.
- Painting using abstract shapes and blue painter’s tape with Chuck McPherson.
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