You’ll love this issue of Watercolor Artist if:
- You want to hear about how watercolor artists are involved in their communities
- You love learning new tips and tricks for painting in watercolor
- You love hearing from the expert artists and editors at Watercolor Artist
Get this exciting issue of Watercolor Artistdelivered right to you door! The August 2013 issue of this trusted watercolor painting magazine includes compelling interviews with watercolor artists and step-by-step watercolor painting tutorials that will boost your painting skills. Learn about luminescent watercolor paints, creative approaches to texture, and painting iconic landmarks for maximum impact straight from artists and our experienced staff.
Each issue of Watercolor Artist is dedicated solely to the exciting and dynamic watercolor medium. Within the pages of this top watercolor painting magazine you can be sure to find trusted watercolor painting techniquesand instruction, the latest in the watercolor painting community and so much more.
Highlights in the August 2013 issue of Watercolor Artist include:
- Painting Large to Evoke Scale
- 7 Principles of Good Desig
- How to Paint with Water-Soluble Colored Pencils
The Structure of Emotion
Drawing on the past and present for inspiration, Antonio Masi paints the iconic bridges of his beloved New York City.
By Ann Emmert Abbott
By glazing colors on the surface rather than mixing them on her palette first, Karin Isenburg breathes new life into her still life paintings.
By Michelle Taute
An Eye for the Ordinary
Full of detail but simple in design, Andy Wood’s watercolor paintings introduce us to the joys of quiet, subtle subjects.
By Ken Gofton
On the Mark
Water-soluble colored pencils offer the best of both worlds: the exactitude of pencils and the spontaneity of watercolors.
By Gary Greene
Making a Splash
Don Getz takes his love of watercolor journaling on the road, plus we preview a not-to-miss watercolor book and a California Scene Painting show.
By Beth Williams and McKenzie Graham
A textured surface accented with luminescent highlights can add a magical quality to your watercolor paintings.
By Deena S. Ball
An artist tests Daniel Smith Luminescent Watercolors and shares the illuminating results.
By Kim Caldwell
Seven master watercolorists demonstrate seven principles of design.
By Kelly Kane