The Art of Watercolour magazine 46th issue Digital Edition
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- Steve Rogers: For him, nothing compares with painting his subject on location. Whether at home or abroad, he is always inspired by the desire to capture colour and light in vivid watercolours.
- Elena Brazzale : Beyond simple resemblance, the Italian artist seeks above all to render the tenderness and expressiveness of her models.
- Diane boilard: Playing with the density or the lightness of watercolour at will, she paints nature, moving between abstract and figurative approaches.
- Kate Osborne: For her, expressiveness means freedom. The artist explains how her floral work consists in transcribing her vision of the subject onto paper.
- Tim Wilmot: This self-taught artist paints in a free, impressionistic style and remains inexorably drawn to landscapes, which he likes to break down into simple shapes.
- Luis Ruiz Padron: He likes to travel around his home town of Malaga, drawing the portrait of a city that is becoming more modern without denying its past.
- Stephen Zhang: His landscapes and vivid scenes formed by overlapping washes are both visually rich and emotionally profound. His art incorporates the artistic traditions of the East and the West.
- Alisa Shea: She always had a weakness for complexity and detail that requires a lot of work.To her, it’s the most rewarding feeling and something she likes to experience every time.
- Pam Wenger: Through her portraits she searches for truth, striving to capture the soul of her models.
History: Winslow Homer
He is one of the most important American artists of the late 19th and early 20th centuries. A major exhibition in New York and London this autumn introduces us to his work and life.
Portfolio: Angus McEwan
He approaches watercolour as a true enthusiast, driven by his fervour and his appetite to render textures with extreme meticulousness.
Special feature: SELF-PORTRAIT
As many artists engage in self-portraiture, Christine Misencik Bunn and Xi Guo offer two different approaches.
Revelations: Agus Budiyanto (Indonesia) and Michel Bertrand (France).
Special New Readers’ Competition: The results of our “Summer Light” themed contest.
Watercolour events from all over the world.
Competition winner: Peggi Habets.
Other competition winners: Winnie Givot and Bev Jozwiak
We were there: Global Art Connection in Albi, France.
We were there: Artists for Ukraine.
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