You'll Love This Issue of Watercolor Artist If:
- You want to learn new watercolor painting techniques from Don Tiller & more
- You love hearing about watercolor artists abstract painting approaches
- You love enjoying great watercolor art & hearing from top & emerging watercolor artists
In the August 2012 Issue of Watercolor Artist
you'll get great articles on working with watermedia
& interviews with some of your favorite watercolor artists. You'll hear from Sarah A. Strickley as she covers the portrait work of P. Smallwood as well as Ken Gofton's article on UK artist Annie Williams. Learn a new glazing technique with Don Tiller & read along as five artists discuss their approaches to abstract painting.
Every issue of Watercolor Artist includes articles, demostrations & completed works from top watermedia artists & writers. As your source for the latest in watercolor, the staff of Watercolor Artist is dedicated to bringing you only the best in watercolor
Highlights in the August 2012 Issue of Watercolor Artist Include:
- This American Landscape
- Portraits With Attitude
- 18 Surprising Tricks
- Abstract Painting
Features This American Landscape Introduction by Maureen Bloomfield
Four of today’s pre-eminent painters bring a fresh perspective to this age-old subject.
An Intimate Arrangement
By Ken Gofton
UK artist Annie Williams combines rich color, enticing textures and abstract forms in her paintings of small pots.
A Fine Balance
By Meredith E. Lewis
Drawing on a background in architectural illustration, Stewart White imbues his compositions with a strong sense of structure and balance.
Look at Me
By Sarah A. Strickley
Emblazoned with bold color and in-your-face poses, P. Smallwood’s portraits of a young man grab our attention and refuse to let go.
By Jessica Canterbury
Sensible—and creative—artists have to be as resourceful as they can in the studio. To help, we asked readers to reveal their best upcycling tips for putting household items to artistic use. See what surprising tips your fellow artists had to share.
Making a Splash
By Jessica Canterbury
Homer lovers rejoice! The artist’s Maine studio will soon be open for visitors. We’ve got all the details you need to plan a pilgrimage, plus a sneak peek into the latest Splash watercolor book and more of “the best advice I ever got.”
By Don Tiller
Transform your approach to color and value with this technique for glazing layers of fluid acrylic.
By Linda Baker
See how SoHo Urban Artist Watercolors, a new line of paints, stands up to our test.
Meet the Masters
By Tamera Lenz Muente
Get to know Berthe Morisot, the only female founder of Impressionism.
By Sue St. John
Five artists share their unique approaches to abstract painting.