The Art of Watercolour Magazine 50th issue PRINT Edition
Once again, we would like to take you on a journey through the different facets of watercolour. We’ll be introducing you to talented artists who are pushing back the boundaries of the technique and transforming the delicate transparency of watercolour into true masterpieces.
Whether Daniela Werneck’s sensitive portraits, Vasyl Kohutych’s stunning bird’s-eye views of the city, or our long-form interview with Janine Gallizia and Youtube artist Liron Yanconsky, all these artists will give you practical advice on how to improve your technical skills, teaching you the secrets of mixing colours, playing with light and creating textural effects. Happy reading and a good summer to you all!
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Welcome to the 50th issue of The Art of Watercolour!
MEET THE ARTISTS
Liron Yanconsky: Janine Gallizia talks with the Israeli artist and YouTube phenomenon about style, inspiration and creativity.
Janine gallizia: How to stimulate commission work and get your art noticed.
Daniela Werneck: Her portraits, in which attention is paid to every nuance and expression, express love for her fellow humans. Flawless technique meets unparalleled sensitivity.
Jian Wu: This California-based Chinese-born artist paints portraits that combine elements of East and West in a graceful play of light.
Portfolio: Vasyl Kohutycha: This Young Ukrainian artist has developed a passion for the architecture of major European cities, which he depicts in stunning bird’s-eye views.
Björn Bernström: The landscapes of this Swedish artist fascinate with their strong contrasts and creative approach.
Catherine O’neill: The colours she uses evoke the hues of twilight, a moment when the boundaries between reality and imagination seem to blur.
Kyle Fortu-Legaspi: This young Filipino artist captures the essence of her subjects through vibrant colours and subtle textures.
Gale Webb: She finds inspiration in her imagination to create abstract works with occasional figurative overtones.
Valentina Verlato: This Italian watercolourist has a gift for capturing emotion in her portraits. Her works are full of sensitivity and delicacy, revealing the inner beauty of her subjects.
Gemma and Scott Macniven: After working as comic book artists, Australian couple Gemma and Scott Macniven decided to create their own watercolours, which they now sell on their website.
Special New Readers’ Competition: The results of our “Watercolour sketches done on location” themed contest.
Competition winners: Kris Parins, David Stickel and Wu Sih Shian.
What’s on: Watercolour events from all over the world.
Revelations: Ann Smiga Greene and Svetlin Sofroniev.
History: Albrecht Dürer, a Northern genius.
Call for entries.
Exploring infinity with watercolours
Anyone who has practised watercolour knows that it is much more than just a painting technique. It’s a sensory experience, a ballet between water and pigment, where the colours blend and mingle to create unique and evocative effects. Each brushstroke reveals the magic of the moment, immortalising landscapes, faces or objects with a sensitivity that seems almost mystical and sometimes magical.
This issue is a bit special, as it’s the magazine’s 50th! Once again, we would like to take you on a journey through the different facets of watercolour. We’ll be introducing you to talented artists who are pushing back the boundaries of the medium and transforming the delicate transparency of watercolour into true masterpieces. Their works will inspire you to explore new approaches, experiment and venture off the beaten track. From Daniela Werneck’s sensitive portraits, Jian Wu’s rich contrasts and Vasyl Kohutych’s stunning bird’s-eye views of the city, to our long-form interview with Janine Gallizia and YouTube artist Liron Yanconsky, all these artists will give you practical advice on how to improve your technical skills, teaching you the secrets of mixing colours, playing with light and creating textural effects. Because that’s what your favourite magazine is all about: whether you are beginners or advanced artists, we are committed to nurturing your passion for watercolour and supporting you at every stage of your artistic journey. Watercolour painting is an art that transcends borders.
It allows us to communicate across cultures and languages, to share moments of beauty and contemplation. In every drop of water, in every pigment, we discover an infinite range of artistic possibilities. Take the plunge into this ocean of colour and let yourself be carried away by the magic of watercolour.
Happy reading and a good summer to you all,
The editorial team.
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