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Birgit O'Connor shares her approach to painting shadows in a close-up floral painting.
The 3rd Annual Watercolor Live came to an end Saturday, January 28, wrapping up with even more of today's best watercolor artists sharing all of their secrets, explaining their materials, methods, and more.
On Day 2 of Watercolor Live this year, we saw full-length painting demonstrations from six artists, including two live on-camera sessions.
Artist Thomas Schaller kicked off Day 1 of Watercolor Live on Thursday, January 26 with a live on-screen demo that included a ...
We came together from every state in America with plenty of international friends as well to discover new and time-tested tips for painting during the Beginner's Day of Watercolor Live.
Learn the secret to Cindy Briggs' technique.
Richard Burke Jones has painted a number of high-profile portraits as well as historical paintings — most often crow's nest views of 18th and 19th-century towns.
From rocky cliffs to flat-topped mesas and rolling hills, watermedia landscape painters have their pick of high-drama subjects.

Creativity Nurtured

Brazilian watercolor artist Leandro Nunes feeds his creative spirit by painting directly from nature.
Mark Mehaffey shares the secret to his compositional process.