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Highlights in the December 2012 issue of Watercolor Artist include:
Ones to Watch
By Jessica Canterbury
- 10 Artists You Should Know
- Landscapes That Go With the Flow
- Ways to Paint With Triads
- An Inspired Approach to Line Work
Mastery of technique and basic art principles are a given in the paintings of this year’s Ones to Watch. What makes their work stand out is the emotional quality.
By Sarah A. Strickley
Putting paint on and lifting it off again, Chizuru Morii Kaplan builds texture and rich architectural detail layer by layer.
Sleight of Hand
By Ken Gofton
British artist Chris Myers makes watercolor magic with just a few colors, some inexpensive brushes and a sheet of hot-pressed paper.
The Art of Letting Go
By Michelle Taute
Ron Bigony embraces the spontaneous qualities of watercolor, keeping just enough control to capture the essence of his subject.
By June Rollins
Painting with just three colors can help create a sense of harmony and unity in your work. Follow along as this popular watercolor instructor shows you two fun ways to paint with red, yellow and blue.
Making a Splash
By Jessica Canterbury
Beatrix Potter’s piggies fetch an impressive sum at auction, and the National Gallery of Art acquires a never-before-seen watercolor by Thomas Moran.
By Birgit O’connor
Looking to liven up your work with more vibrant color? Shin Han Premium Watercolors may be just the ticket.
Meet the Masters
By Ashley Capps
Find out how a twist of fate led Sam Francis to painting and a lifelong study of color and light.
By DeAnn L. Prosia
Paint main shapes first, then define details and forms with colored pencil for a faster, looser approach.