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The Artist's Magazine November 2011 Digital Download

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Artist's Picks: 28 Tools
Watercolor Terms
The Mythic Rose
Scratch the Surface
Breathtaking Birds


Observations and Illusions
To design her expressive portraits and still lifes, Ilaria Rosselli Del Turco relies on geometric principles. By Judith Fairly

Gather Ye Rosebuds
Colin Berry, Sandra Sallin, Birgit O'Connor, Dana Levin and Jimmy Wright depict the symbol of beauty's transience. By Maureen Bloomfield

Scratching the Surface
After incising white lines on a black-inked surface, Beth Krommes photocopies the resulting drawing onto paper so she can add washes of watercolor. By Louise B. Hafesh

Reflection Takes Wing
Working in transparent watercolor, Chris Bacon directs his attention to birds and their habitats. By Meredith E. Lewis

Tools That Are Tried-and-True
We asked our favorite artists to send us pictures of the tools they can't live without. The result: 28 fabulous tips! By Cherie Haas

Columns and Departments


Painting over a painting is a radical, but, in this case, effective strategy. By Jimmy Wright

The Artist's Life
Cynthia Lockhart's gorgeously intricate fabric collages, conversations with David Hockney, and more. Edited by Cherie Haas

Mark your calendar so as not to miss these shows. Edited by Cherie Haas

Brushing Up
To paint the moody light of winter, pay attention not only to value but also to color temperature. By Peter Fiore

Drawing Board
Learn specific methods for rendering buildings that look structurally sound. By Laurin McCracken

Ask the Experts
Terms that describe the properties of watercolor—staining, tinting strength, etc.—are defined. By James Toogood

Master Class
Willem de Kooning's series Women started with an eruption of spleen. By Jerry N. Weiss

Supply Cabinet
An assortment of helpful products for your studio or backpack. Edited by Cherie Haas

Competition Spotlight
Wax resist creates the surface and watercolor supplies the varying colors in this lyrical evocation of a forest. By Jean Goddeau

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