You’ll love this issue of Watercolor Artist if:
• You want to learn how to paint water in watercolor
• You crave reading about exciting new watercolor techniques
• You love hearing from the expert artists and editors at Watercolor Artist
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Each issue of Watercolor Artistis dedicated solely to the exciting and dynamic watercolor medium. Within the pages of this top art resource you can be sure to find trusted watercolor painting ideas and instruction, and the latest in the arts community.
Highlights in the October 2014 issue of Watercolor Artist include:
• Simplify a Complex Scene in 7 Steps
• How to Paint Water in 4 Steps
• Create the Illusion of Depth
• 5 Top Artists Reveal Their Go-To Brushes
In Plain Sight
Direk Kingnok shares the secrets to bringing busy street scenes to life in luminous, flowing watercolors.
By Jessica Canterbury
Challenging the use of conventional watercolor techniques and tools, George James pushes the boundaries of figure painting.
By Kelly Kane
The Ways of Water
With the glorious views of Salt Spring Island, British Columbia, as her inspiration, Carol Evans paints water in all its forms—from still to raging.
By Michelle Taute
Five top watercolorists offer a sneak peek at the brushes and the brushstrokes responsible for their signature looks.
By Beth Williams
Making a Splash
Fire up your creative spirit this season with four hot reads and a treasure trove of Cézanne watercolors.
By Jessica Canterbury
Follow along as a pro puts Golden’s new line of watercolors to the test.
By Jane Freeman
Add complexity and pizzazz to your paintings by mixing your own neutrals.
By Bev Jozwiak
Meet the Masters
Romantic landscape painter Richard Parkes Bonington fell in love with Venice and the work of the Italian masters.
By Carrie Oeding
Create the illusion of depth in your landscapes in five simple steps.
By Joyce Hicks