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Features in the October 2012 issue of Watercolor Artist Include:
The Surface of Light
- Landscape Colors That Pop
- 7 Keys to Painting on YUPO
- Sargent's Plein Air Masterpieces
- 9 Buzzworthy Art Materials
By Meredith E. Lewis
Josy Britton creates a glowing mosaic piece by carefully layering color on YUPO or traditional watercolor paper in this exciting watercolor painting lesson.
Never Say Never
By Sarah A. Strickley
LaVonne Tarbox-Crone explores watercolor ideas and techniques that go far beyond the basic in her newest series of still life watercolor paintings.
The Island Way
By Michelle Taute
Bahamian artist Sheldon Saint portrays his home, his island and its people in dramatic detail using vibrant textures and rhythms that come alive on the canvas.
Signs of the Times
By Ken Gofton
Dennis Ryan is drawn to gritty urban landscapes. Read about his work creating urban scenes complete with neon lights and other vintage elements.
A Lifelong Pursuit
By Tamera Lenz Muente
Famous watercolor portrait artist, John Signer Sargent made his career capturing the likenesses of high society. His true love, however, was always plein air watercolor landscapes.
Making a Splash
By Jessica Canterbury
People with dementia are helped by a new art therapy program; A new acquisition by the Van Gogh Museum; and paper is the featured surface in the latest show from the National Gallery of Art.
By Carole Berren
YUPO can intensify the color, value and textural effects in your work, find out how.
By Jessica Canterbury
Nine top painting tools that have watercolor artists talking this season.
By Pamela Wissman and Stefanie Laufersweiler
The sketchbooks of four top watercolor artists are an amazing source of inspiration and tips.
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