You'll Love This Issue of Watercolor Artist If:
- You love learning new watercolor painting techniques for painting portraits
- You love learning new tips for painting outdoors, or plein air
- You want to find inspiration from completed watercolor works of others
In the June 2012 issue of Watercolor Artist
you'll learn new & exciting watercolor painting techniques & tricks from Christine Proskow and Kathie George. Check out the latest column from Jessica Canterbury in which she shares her top four must-read art books for summer! You'll also hear Jessica's top four tools to take on your next painting adventure.
In every issue of the Watercolor Artist you'll get great tips for painting with watermedia from top artists.
Highlights in the June 2012 Issue of Watercolor Artist Include:
Features Spirited Strokes By Michelle Taute
- High-Energy Landscapes
- Painting Outdoors
- Portrait Painting How-To
- Drawing Eyes, Noses & Mouths
Painting outdoors, Bruce Handford works fast and loose to imbue his landscapes with a sense of energy and spontaneity. Nature's Close-Up By Christine Proskow
In her richly detailed botanicals, Christine Cozic takes us up close to encourage a more intimate look at nature's bounty. Risky Business By Sarah A. Strickley
Frank Eber faces his subjects head on, wherever they may be—on dark city streets, in Europe's dusty corners or breezy California ports. Fresh Faces By Kelly Kane
Painting with bold brushstrokes and drippy washes, Fealing Lin keeps her portraits fresh and lively. Destination Inspiration By Kathie George
Follow along as an experienced plein air painter and instructor shares eight of her best tips for having a productive—and enjoyable—on-site painting experience. Columns Making a Splash By Jessica Canterbury
Four must-reads every art lover will want on her coffee table (or inside her beach bag) this season, plus an important reminder for those times when we're feeling anxious about that next brushstroke. Creativity Workshop By Judy Morris
Discover how words and lettering can add elements of surprise and texture to your work. Meet the Masters By Carrie Oeding
Morris Graves saw the potential for his work to be a spiritual experience—for both himself and the viewer. Studio Staples By Jessica Canterbury
Four tools to take on your next painting adventure. Watercolor Essentials By Mark Willenbrink
A good portrait starts with a solid drawing. These tips for painting eyes, noses and mouths will help you master this important first step. If you love the newest issues of Watercolor Artist keep the pastel painting tips & inspiration coming with Watercolor Artist 2001-2010 Ten Year CD/DVD!Love Watercolor Artist? Let us know! Leave a Product Review Here!