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Ron Stocke demonstrates his process for combining shapes and ending with a flourish of calligraphic details to create watercolor paintings with impact.
Caitlin Leline Hatch uses light and shadow to create definition and a sense of wonder in her watercolor paintings of horses.
Anne Hightower-Patterson shares the inspiration behind her painting.
"I like painting weirs because the sheer netting and poles offer intriguing compositions," says watercolor artist Poppy Balser.
A new exhibition offers a first look at watercolors by 17th century Dutch Masters.
Watercolor artist Spencer Meagher travels all over the country attending painting competitions and shows, as well as teaching workshops.
British watercolorist Tony Foster shares his experience painting wild places around the world.
A painter known for his Southern and Appalachian Mountains genre, Alan Shuptrine has extended his reputation from a renowned framemaker and water gilder to a nationally acclaimed watercolorist.
Jim McVicker shares the story behind his rural landscape painting.
From free-range chickens and fruit-laden orchards, farm scenes offer much to inspire watermedia painters.