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Fine art watercolorist Terry Arroyo Mulrooney re-invented herself when she began to feel that her life lacked a creative outlet.

In the Field

Barbara Tapp demonstrates her process for painting loose and transparent on location.
Ken Karlic revels in watercolor’s predisposition to misbehave — in fact, he positively encourages it.
Augusto Argandoña received a degree in Fine Art, was in the military, and worked as an Industrial Designer. Then a book on watercolor painting changed everything.
Frank LaLumia offers his take on the contributions John Singer Sargent made to watercolor.
Cindy Briggs’ family legacy is filled with many women artists, so it was natural for her to pursue art as a career.
Meet Kevin Deck, this week's top American Watercolor Weekly Ambassador! From early childhood I have been interested in making things. This love of craft and design has found expression in plein-air sketching, printmaking, graphic design, digital media, furniture making, music, architecture,...
Watercolor artist Richie Vios demonstrates his process for drawing attention to his center of interest.
Meet Jane Rondeau, this week's top American Watercolor Weekly Ambassador! I love all forms of creativity: drawing, painting, knitting, sewing, cooking, etc. Anyone else find it hard to watch tv without creating something? I am always looking to sharpen the saw...
Five unconventional places where you can show your watercolor paintings.
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