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I would love to be featured with my packing tape techniques…both for creating stencils as in my AWS award winners and used to create stencils for corrections. Can’t work without it!
Delight and honored to be your first “Ambassador”. Love seeing watercolors get a proper place and recognition in the art world! Keep up the great work!
So pleased to have been an Ambassador for a week. Thank you, Kelly. I look forward to the newsletter every week and hope you have great success.
Thank you for promoting watercolors. I have been painting for years, started in watercolors, then oils, now have mainly returned to the watercolors. Look forward to seeing this each week
I just love this newsletter, Kelly. It brightens every week for me. As an artist working in both oils and watercolor, I have found PLENTY of online tutorials on oil and — until your weekly email — very little on watercolor. Keep up the excellent work!
Thank you Kelly for choosing me as the Ambassador of this week. I am very honoured to be part of this great online watercolor magasine, that is so instructif and a help for watercolor artists. I wish you all the best with your excellent work.
I am a watercolorist passionate about my watercolor portraits.My work is suffused wid love and blessings,the subjects and colours symbolize faith,joy ,hope,peace and love.i regularly read ur column and will be honoured if my work is featured in ur prestigious column.I am constantly learning and improving and evolving my watercolor portraits.
My website is http://www.Madhumeetaart.com.
Quarantine a Collection.
April 6,2020 set goal to paint a watercolor a day til Covid peaks in LA. Took off Easter and am on day 17, using photos taken on trips in the last four years. Sharing with family and friends via text and asking artist friends with trained eyes for suggestions.
Keep it going! I haven’t counted the days but I have been painting one a day since June 2020.
I’m looking forward to being a ‘featured artist’. I was notified that it was to happen & I hope I didn’t miss my chance ‘in lights’!
Good morning Kelly, I am so pleased to receive your e-mail re “American Watercolor” newsletter, which I thought had ceased, but is obviously alive and well. Like the previous correspondents, I look forward to receiving the current, up-to-date weekly issues into the future!
Thank you, Kelly, for American Watercolor Weekly. I look forward to reading it every week. It brightens my day and I always receive some useful nugget(s) of information.
I loved the article on Sargent. Thanks.
I missed that one. Sargent transformed watercolor by using oil painting techniques made simplified by the tenets of impressionism to create an amazingly beautiful set of watercolor works.
I enjoyed the Sargent article.
There are a lot of e-mail that I delete right away but never ever American Watercolor Weekly. So much new insight and inspiration everytime. Thank you.