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Get this exciting issue of Watercolor Artistdelivered right to you door! The April 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 painting with gouache, capturing a landscape's essence and breaking down your composition into large shapes straight from artists and our experienced staff.
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Highlights in the April 2013 issue of Watercolor Artist include:
- Going From Sketch to Painting
- Simplifying Complex Shapes
- Tips for Opaque Watercolor
In his new series, John Salminen explores a subject he once steadfastly avoided: the delicate interplay of light and shadow in tree branches.
By Sarah A. Strickley
From cowboys to cattle, Don Weller’s paintings reveal an artist at home on the range.
By Meredith E. Lewis
The Next Best Thing
Jerry Smith creates convincing watercolor landscapes by drawing from the felt experience of being there.
By Michelle Taute
Don’t Forsake Opaque
The bold color associated with gouache and the spontaneous qualities of watercolor combine in one special technique.
By Donna Zagotta
Making a Splash
See the future of watercolor through the lens of the Shanghai watercolor biennial.
By Jessica Canterbury
All the world is a test kitchen for the perfect watercolor painting when you’re open to new possibilities.
By Bev Jozwiak
We serve up a bouquet of 10 new watercolor paints and sets sure to beautify and simplify your palette.
by Jessica Canterbury
Translating your scene into large, simple shapes is the first step toward capturing a landscape’s essence. A veteran watercolorist shows you how.
By Julie Gilbert Pollard