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The Philadelphia Water Color Society has a long and distinguished history of supporting the finest artists working on paper. Their current exhibition is no exception.
Mario Robinson celebrates his love affair with his home — the Jersey shore — in this beachy still life.
Get a sneak peek at this year's Florida Watercolor Society exhibition, juried by Thomas Schaller.
California artist Barbara Tapp helps volunteers battle against rust and mother nature to save a forgotten piece of history in the San Francisco Bay.

Awash in Watercolor

Take a look at some of the best watermedia paintings on offer in Minnesota this season.
Get a sneak peek at some of the best paintings the Pennsylvania Watercolor Society has to offer.

A Chat With Keiko Tanabe

In this exclusive podcast, Keiko Tanabe shares one of the best things she did early in her career to help pave her path to success, what it was like to quit her “day job” and become a full-time artist, and much more.
Ron Stocke demonstrates his process for combining shapes and ending with flourish of calligraphic details to create watercolor paintings with impact.
Mario Robinson’s work combines traditional methods, but with a contemporary twist that includes a monochromatic underpainting washed over with vibrant hues.
Working from both direct observation and memory, Alabama artist Iain Stewart believes it's more important to express how he chooses to view the world than how it might actually appear.