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This year's NWWS Annual International Open Exhibition celebrates the many diverse and creative ways artists explore watercolor.
Follow along as Marjorie Glick considers her options for capturing an idyllic scene on paper at Acadia National Park.
Working from life challenges the sensibilities of the artist. With experience, Mario Robinson has learned how to make the most of this (typically limited) time.
English masters of the 18th and 19th centuries helped introduce watercolor painting to the world. Now, the world’s leading watercolor artists are converging on England for a unique contemporary exhibition.
Advisory board member Thomas Schaller demonstrates how he plays with a series of value plans to work out the right mood, sense of place, and perspective before he dives into any painting. Could his technique kickstart your next creative breakthrough?
Master painter Alvaro Castagnet says art must set a mood and tell a story, not just be a pretty picture. Find out what other words of watercolor wisdom he has to share.
American Watercolor Advisor Thomas Schaller talks about the two artists who have inspired him most.

Juried In in Texas

Texas Watercolor Society's 69th Annual National Exhibition now open!
Where others draw inspiration from the city’s more flamboyant offerings, native Sean Friloux finds the charm in New Orleans’ quiet street scenes
American Women Artists is dedicated to providing professional opportunities for women in the fine arts.Their Spring Online Juried Show features a number of fantastic watercolors.