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Mo Myra sees learning to paint watercolor as a lifelong pursuit and continues to learn from artists she admires year after year.
Follow along as Iain Stewart drives the backroads near his home, rediscovering old haunts and injecting narrative into his work.
An exhibition of rarely seen watercolors trace how artists, including Homer, Hassam, Kent, Sargent, and Wyeth, used the medium to document their travels, often while working outdoors.
Follow along as six watermedia artists take you to some of their favorite painting spots around the world.
Harvard Art Museums opens its archives for a rare look at their watercolor collection.
Jeremiah Patterson takes a unique spin on a painting of Independence Day.
Deborah Chabrian painted a landscape en plein air over the course of several days.
The paper that works best for you will depend on your style and personality. Catherine Hillis helps take the guesswork out of making a choice.
How to solve this common problem.
Jason Li offers a practical solution to a common watercolor problem.