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The digital issue of Watercolor Artist magazine is easy to use & provides you with instant access to all the same great content and painting articles you expect from the print version of this top source for watercolor painting information. This popular watercolor painting magazine features exciting watercolor painting lessons and this issue in particular shows you how to create interesting textures and landscapes. Learn new landscape painting tips and hear from our expert editors in this exciting issue of Watercolor Artist. Join this exciting & vibrant community of artists today! Each digital issue comes in a downloadable PDF format, accessible by Mac & PC’s.
Highlights of the February 2012 Digital Issue of Watercolor Artist Include:
Features The Year's Best Paintings By Jessica Canterbury
- 36 Best Watermedia Paintings of the Year
- Unexpected Tricks for Texture
- 6 Steps to More Vibrant Landscapes
- Winslow Homer in the Wild
Get a behind the scenes peek at award winning watercolors. Hear from jurors & artists. A Love for Light By Sarah A. Strickley
Michael Reardon is known for his direct and quick style, he creates light-filled landscapes that are sure to inspire. Chaos to Order By Meredith E. Lewis
Mixed-media paintings from Kathleen Conover go from a mess of splatters, textures and lines to strong designs and stories. Watch as you see order & art form before your eyes. Simply Put By Ken Gofton
British artist Lillias August takes a simple approach to painting simple still life subjects. The ordinary takes on a second life with these stunning works. True-Hearted Men By Tamera Lenz Muente
The complicated relationship between man and nature is explored in these works from noted American watercolorist, Winslow Homer. These pieces, painted near the end of his career, feature the Adirondacks. 3rd Annual Watermedia Showcase By Kelly Kane
Don’t miss the great (and now award-winning) watercolor works from the 3rd Annual Watermedia Showcae competition. These talented painters share their watercolor secrets! Columns Making a Splash By Jessica Canterbury
A unique exhibition pairs Andrew Wyeth paintings with work by the contemporary watercolor masters he inspired, plus good advice for forging your own creative path. Creativity Workshop By Carol Z. Brody
Painting with transparent watercolor doesn't mean you have to give up on texture and pattern. Bring both to your paintings in five simple steps. Studio Staples By David Savellano
A veteran plein air painter puts Garza Papel's new handmade watercolor paper through its paces. Watercolor Essentials By Carl Purcell
The solution to a problematic design may not be in the objects themselves, but in the spaces around them. Learn how to make the most of your painting's negative shapes.
What Our Editor’s Are Saying:
"I'm always intrigued by plein air watercolorists' devotion to the quality of light in the places they love and Michael Reardon did not disappoint with his story about his lifelong love affair with California. You'll love our story on Winslow Homer's Adirondacks watercolors in this must-have issue too!" — Sarah A. Strickley, Editor, Watercolor Artist
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