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Watermedia grabs the spotlight in Old Forge, New York this summer.

Stormy Weather

A storm can offer a brief respite from the heat of summer days, and for some artists, an irresistible painting subject.
A change in surface helped Mat Barber Kennedy push his watercolor paintings to new heights.
William Trost Richards used both traditional and unconventional materials and techniques to help drive the evolution and popularity of watercolor in the late 19th century.
If Bev Jozwiak has learned one thing about being an artist, it's this: all the talent in the world can't substitute for time at the easel.
An injury put Mike Simpson on an unlikely path to recovery and a new career in painting.
Meet Spencer Meagher, this week's top American Watercolor Weekly Ambassador! Spencer Meagher first discovered his love for art as a young child. He found he was able to express himself through drawing and painting. He refined his skills over many decades...
Painting outside isn't all sunny skies, but the rewards far outweigh the challenges for Mick McAndrews. Get more out of your next plein air painting excursion with tips from this pro.
The artist acquired his first cameras during a two-year sojourn in England. Upon his return in 1882, his work displayed a noticeable change in style and subject matter.
Push yourself and your work forward with these five creative kick-starts by Betsy Dillard Stroud.