Meet Jason Farmer, this week's top American Watercolor Weekly Ambassador! Hailing from Indianapolis, IN, I was trained as an actor, lived a good while in Los Angeles, currently work in technology, and have been drawing and painting for most of my...
We kick off Women's History Month with a celebration of five woman watercolor artists who deserve another look.
Robbie Laird shares her creative process, which begins long before she ever picks up a pencil or a brush.
In February, the watercolor world lost beloved master Serge Hollerbach. Today, we celebrate his life and his work by sharing the artist's story in his own words.
Jennifer Hunter shares the life-changing experience that helped her overcome fears, regain control of her arms, and return to painting.
Four artists take us on a tour of some of the country’s most magnificent national parks.
Brazilian artist Eudes Correia describes his use of watercolor as a dance. Find out how he stays in harmony with the medium.
Painting with watercolor en plein air, in a squall, in March, is not for the faint of heart. Stephen Quiller pulled off a master work.
Mary Elle finds that returning to choice subjects over and over frees her creativity rather than confines it.
Faced with a pandemic lockdown, this English artist and explorer found a unique way to stay connected to his art and nature.