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Enjoy this round-up of five glorious garden scenes and florals, guaranteed to help you start the season off right.
Enjoy a sneak peek at some of the paintings that will be on display at the American Watercolor Society’s international exhibition this year.
An award-winning artist shares the lessons she’s learned from entering competitions, regardless of the outcome.
“Good composition is always based on horizontals versus verticals,” says watercolor artist Anne Hightower-Patterson.
Stewart White shares an exercise that will challenge the way you look at master works — and your own.
Check out the never-before-seen work of John Singer Sargent’s sister Emily. It turns out he wasn’t the only serious painter in the family.
Julie Gilbert Pollard shows you how to turn your preliminary studies into larger paintings in the studio.
Julie Gilbert Pollard shows you how to build your watercolor skills through repetition.

Depth of Character

When Stan Miller chooses a model for a watercolor portrait, it’s usually because their face, their character moves him.
Stewart White reveals two reasons why you shouldn’t skip the planning stage.