The World Is Yours to Paint

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On a continuous quest for inspiration, artists often find the best way to engage with places they encounter on their travels is to paint them. By immersing themselves in the landscape, they experience it on a more profound level, absorbing its colors, textures, and moods, so that they can better translate their observations and feelings to the painting surface. Ultimately, the work represents a visual dialogue between the artists, the environment, and the viewers, bridging the gap between distant places and diverse cultures, and inviting others to connect with the unique beauty of landscapes around the world.

Follow along as these six watermedia artists take you to some of their favorite painting spots around the world.

“The Golden Sands of Long Reef, Sydney, Australia” (watercolor, 12 x 16 in.) by Barbara Tapp
“San Juan Street” (watercolor, 14 x 20 in.) by Jeff Steiner
“Vittorio Emanuele II dal Parco Savello” (casein, 5 x 7 in.) by Scott Gellatly
“Valley of Ait-Ben-Haddou, Morocco” (watercolor, 11 x 14 in.) by Leslie Lambert
“Low Tide, St Brieuc, France” (watercolor, 9 x 12 in.) by Annie Strack
“North Cape, Prince Edward Island” (watercolor, 12 x 12 in.) by Laurel Lake McGuire

Paint along with artists around the world at the next Watercolor Live!


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