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Watercolor Artist April 2008 Digital Download

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Your Work Is Who You Are
By Sarah A. Strickley
Jeanette Pasin Sloan's inventive arrangements take her still lifes to the edge of abstraction, and challenge the boundaries between an artist's work and her life.

Don't Sweat the Small Stuff
By Eric Wiegardt
A master of painting loosely demonstrates three simple techniques you can use to make your next painting look fresher and more spontaneous.

A Wonderful World
By Christine Proskow
The crisp lines and dizzying perspectives of Paul Jackson's latest work suggest a world re-imagined.

Eyes Wide Open
By Michelle Taute
Elizabeth Groves looks at everyday objects with an artist's eye, combining and transforming oft-overlooked objects into inspired subjects for her paintings.

Make a Statement
By Donna Zagotta
Go beyond the details of a scene to make a painting that portrays your unique creative vision.

Special Report: What's Your Workshop Personality?
By Jessica Canterbury
Take our fun quiz and find out which type of painting workshop is right for you.


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Making a Splash
By Jessica Canterbury
National Women's History Month celebrates women's art. Plus, a look at a couple of hot art spots to add to your must-visit list this year.

Creativity Workshop
By Nancy Collins
Get your creative juices flowing by experimenting with new surfaces and painting processes.

Ask the Experts
By Seth Shaifer
More of your questions about copyright law are answered.

Meet the Masters
By Kelly Kane
Canada's Emily Carr challenged late-Victorian notions of style and subject and helped pave the way for modern women artists.

Watercolor Essentials
By Jean Pederson
This second installment of a two-part guide to painting figures focuses on the body and the background.

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SKU Z5749
Author/Speaker/Editor Watercolor Artist
File/Trim Size 19 MB
File Type PDF
Format Download
ISBN 13 9781600618963
Special Requirements Requires Adobe Reader.
$5.99

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