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About Blog – Urban Sketchers are an all-volunteer nonprofit dedicated to fostering a global community of artists who practice on-location drawing. Our mission is to raise the artistic, storytelling and educational value of on-location drawing, promoting its practice and connecting people around the world who draw on location where they live and travel.
San Francisco, CA
About Blog – A place for everything to do with watercolor painting. Submit your current paintings, give and receive critiques. Post resources such as tutorials, ask questions, learn about and the art of watercolor!
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About Blog – Doodlewash® is a watercolor sketching and painting blog featuring stories, art supply reviews, tutorials, and a global gallery of guest watercolour artists.
About Blog – Follow her blog to keep up with interesting links to artists who work with this technique, Events related to watercolor, Watercolor Techniques explained through videos, Analysis and presentation of watercolor books and magazines and Links to pages around the world related to watercolor.
Montreal QC CA
About Blog – Marc Taro Holmes an artist is an author of The Urban Sketcher: Techniques for Seeing and Drawing on Location (2014), from North Light Books. As well, he is the instructor of two online classes in location sketching (2014/15) available from Craftsy.com.
About Blog – Andy Smith a full-time Watercolor Artist, watercolor teacher from Lititz Pennsylvania. Andy has specialized in watercolors. He uses transparent watercolors, painted in a series of washes to build color, creating shadows and a very strong use of light.
Webster Groves, MO
About Blog – The Saint Louis Watercolor Society was formed in 1996 by a small group of dedicated, visionary artists for the purpose of providing educational opportunities to artists interested in watermedia, and to exhibit watermedia artwork to the public.
New York, NY
About Blog – Here you will find all things watercolor painting on Artist Daily, from technique blogs to inspirational work being done by the best contemporary painters practicing today. Explore this mercurial medium and enjoy!
About Blog – Jane Blundell a watercolour artist, passionate about colour.
About Blog – Brenda Swenson a Watercolor Artist is the artist author of two books, Keeping a Watercolor Sketchbook (Award of Excellence Finalist) and Steps to Success in Watercolor. Her paintings and sketches have been featured in Splash 11,12, & 14, Artistic Touch 4, Watercolor Magazine, Watercolor Artist, Watercolor Highlights, Quarterly Magazine, Wheels of Time and numerous other publications.
About Blog – Fine art in watercolor, oil, and other media by Frank Eber.
About Blog – International watercolorist Jean Haines SWA is well known for her passion for working in her favourite medium, watercolour. Jean is a member of the SWA, Society for Women Artists, and won the Anthony J Lester Award in 2009 during the SWA Annual Exhibition where her work was likened to Joseph Crawhalls from the famous Glasgow Boys.
About Blog – Tom Hoffmann is a painter, author and a workshop instructor. Watercolor has been Tom’s primary medium for forty years, and still, somehow, the medium manages to stay just beyond his grasp. He have been painting and also been teaching for years.
About Blog – In her paintings, Jacqueline Gnott attempts to capture the significance and reality of one moment in time and to study what appear to be the mundane objects of life, to explore the minute details and to vividly express them on paper with the fluidity of paint.
About Blog – Watercolor is Judy’s medium of choice. There is nothing like the translucency, flow and blend of color that this medium offers. The majority of the time Judy has two or three paintings going at one time-usually landscapes, urban scenes or portraits with an occasional still life.
About Blog – Eric Yi Lin a Seattle based watercolor artist who’s striving for the perfect wash. He also teach watercolor through workshops, weekly newsletter/blog, and videos. Café Watercolor is a place where Eric can have personal connection with you who enjoy his art, sharing his story and watercolor knowledge.
About Blog – Federico Gemma a Wildlife Artist is a member of Society of Wildlife Artists (swla). He has created designs for books, magazines, calendars, educational cards, explanatory panels and numerous publications naturalistic with various national and international organizations and associations.
Port Angeles, Washington
About Blog – Susan Liles a self taught artist. Art has always been her passion with interests in watercolor, pastel and oil painting. Her favorite subject is portraits in watercolor, which seems to be second nature to her. This blog was started to help her paint everyday and explore new subjects and develope her artistic skills.
Indiana, United States
About Blog – Kathy’s love for art and watercolor in particular, started when I was quite young. She love the challenge of being a “purist” with the medium and I use transparent watercolor. Nature scenes are her favorite to paint, especially the dunes and how they are continually changing.
About Blog – Annelein Beukenkamp a watercolor artist who have exhibited watercolors at various venues across the state, where she also teach watercolor workshops. She is an Associate Member of the New England Watercolor Society and a Signature Member of the Vermont Watercolor Society.
Michigan, United States
About Blog – A blog by Paula Fiebich, segregated to the world of watercolor in which she have received national & international recognition. Having won the Gold Medal of Honor in 2007 from the American Watercolor Society has put her on the radar. She have been published in Watercolor Artist Magazine & soon to be one of the contemporary watercolor artists.
About Blog – Founded in 2002, the Society encourages the creation of watercolor at all skill levels and promotes interest, appreciation and enjoyment of watercolor and watermedia.
About Blog – Stay up to date on watercolor news, watercolor events and more—often a watercolor tutorial or two—with the editors of Watercolor Artist magazine from Artist’s Network.
About Blog – Anita’s watercolor paintings and colored pencil drawings reflect her life in the upper Midwest – rural landscapes, waterscapes, architecture indicative to that area. Anita is a signature member of the Iowa Watercolor Society and a charter member of the Colored Pencil Society of America.
About Blog – Geoffrey Wynne’s web page, member of the Royal Institute of Painters in Watercolour, professional watercolourist.Página web de Geoffrey Wynne, miembro del Royal Institute of Painters in Watercolours, acuarelista profesional.
About Blog – In 1979 Ian left architecture to become a full time watercolor artist. Since that time he has traveled and painted extensively. His work has been exhibited all over the US, Japan and Britain. Ian has participated in many juried, invitational and one man shows throughout the US & Japan. He has been an instructor at the Salt Lake Art Center and has done numerous demonstrations & painting workshops.
Boston, MA, USA
About Blog – Sally playfully abstract familiar everyday objects using a kaleidoscope of harmonious color.
Central Texas, United States
About Blog – Watercolor Artist and Instructor Susie Short replies to questions about watercolor painting, watercolor paints, watercolor papers, watercolor brushes, palettes, etc. Discussion includes basic to advanced watercolor techniques, terminology, color theory and color mixing.
About Blog – Internationally recognized artist Woody Hansen, had a close relationship with watercolor painting for over fifty-five years. He is the recipient of numerous awards; the Gold Medal at the 1974 California State Fair, & the prestigious Bank of America award at the DeYoung Museum, San Francisco. He has taught watercolor classes & workshops, & demonstrated his watercolor technique for many organization
About Blog – Charley Parker a plein air painter, webcomics artist, cartoonist, illustrator, web site designer and web animator living in the Philadelphia area is probably best known as the creator of Argon Zark!, the first ongoing comic created specifically for distribution on the Web.
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