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You enjoy viewing the work of prizewinning watercolor artists
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You love learning new watercolor techniques
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Highlights in the February 2014 issue of Watercolor Artist include:
26 Best Watermedia Paintings of the Year
A Fresh Approach to Figures
10 Steps to a Sunlit Landscape
The Secrets to Painting Snow
The Best Paintings of 2013
Tour the year’s prizewinning watercolors with commentary from the jurors who awarded the works and the artists who painted them.
By Jessica Canterbury
Face to Face
Ted Nuttall explains his radical shift to pure transparent watercolors for his figures.
By Sarah A. Strickley
Combining acrylic ink with watercolor, Christopher St. Leger taps into the drama and energy of the city.
By John A. Parks
Still life artist J. Henderer Burns explores her favorite subjects in limited series, building on past successes while seeking new challenges.
By Michelle Taute
Lessons of a Lifetime
Kristi Grussendorf tests the boundaries between the figure and the landscape.
By Louise B. Hafesh
Joel Popadics, Janet Nunn and Catherine Hearding share their secrets for capturing the effects of snow and ice in frosty landscapes.
By Kelly Kane
Making a Splash
Experience one of the world’s best-known parks through the eyes of a local artist.
By Jessica Canterbury
Limit your palette to primaries to achieve color unity.
By Laurie Goldstein-Warren
A new product may be the key to unlocking your next creative breakthrough. We’ve got five for you to try.
By Grace Dobush
Meet the Masters
Expressionist Oskar Kokoschka mined nature and his inner life for inspiration.
By Tamera Lenz Muente
Create a backlit landscape in 10 steps.
By Karlyn Holman
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