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• You enjoy learning about the joy of sketching
• You want to view different ways of painting flowers
• You love learning new watercolor painting tips
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Highlights in the June 2014 issue of Watercolor Artist include:
• 6 Steps to More Dynamic Paintings
• A Riot of Florals
• Inspired by Childhood Memories
• Dramatic Landscapes and Figures From Photos
From Sketchbook to Studio
An urban landscape painter reveals his best tips for bringing the joy and spontaneity of sketching to your studio work.
By Iain Stewart
Say It With Flowers
Chica Brunsvold, Lynne Railsback and Marlin Rotach share a love of painting flowers, but express it in uniquely exciting ways.
By Kelly Kane
Drawn to Paint
Solid drawings provide the underpinnings on which Peter Quinn constructs shapes of brilliant color in his watercolor townscapes.
By Ken Gofton
Power Meets Subtlety
Working from photos, Stan Miller draws us beyond the obvious in his watercolor and egg tempera figures and landscapes.
By John A. Parks
Making a Splash
East meets West in another Chinese watercolor event, plus a tip for critiquing your own work and a peek through Andrew Wyeth’s windows.
By Jessica Canterbury
Meet the Masters
Pierre-Joseph Redouté spent a lifetime painting flowers for royalty and scientific discovery.
By Tamera Lenz Muente
Tapping into childhood memories for inspiration can lead to new creative breakthroughs.
By Carla O’Connor
An accomplished floral painter shares her process for editing reference photos and painting plumeria.
By Kathleen Alexander