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Catherine Hillis shows you how to turn a bleak winter scene into a compelling watercolor
How did you get started and then develop your career? John Bowen: As far back as I can remember, l wanted to be an artist. My father drew and painted in many mediums, and as I grew l followed in...
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A lifelong watercolorist, J.M.W. Turner fundamentally shaped what was understood to be possible within the medium during his lifetime and after.

A Master’s Pet Project

Carol Carter unleashes a series of more than 100 dog portraits. Be the first to see the furry friends who will be on exhibit next month.
NWWS international exhibition juror Thomas Schaller reveals his criteria for choosing the paintings that took top prizes in this year's competition.
Savvy artists recognize that the more popular their Instagram pages, the more valuable they are as tools for selling their work. Follow these tips to make sure you're making the most of your IG posts.
In this exclusive interview, popular watercolor instructor Birgit O’Connor shares solutions to the mistakes she sees beginners make most often.
Give your online presence a leg up with these tips from a pro.
The National Watercolor Society's 101st international exhibition showcases a rich diversity of watermedia styles, masters of the medium, and up-and-coming artists from around the world. Get your sneak peek at the opening here!
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