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Watercolor

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A comprehensive quarterly edited for watermedia artists. This quartlerly, published by American Artist, presents a range of exciting watercolor artists, their subjects, creative philosophies and techniques.
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  1. Mouthwatering
    This magazine is inspiring to the beginner and a challenge to the experienced watercolorist. I never tire of seeing the great work of the artists highlighted in this magazine.

    The issues often have workshop-like articles on using computer graphics software, how to handle color, composition or other technical aspects. And then there is just the eye candy, purely for artistic pleasure. While your own painting may not reach the heights of these wonderful artists, the act of looking at paintings, of studying technique and seeing alternative ways of expressing subjects is a solid way to improve one's own art. I prefer "Watercolor" to other art magazines...

  2. Watercolor for the relatively advanced artist
    You might want to check out the American Artist website [...] before you subscribe to their quarterly "Watercolor" magazine. They also publish the "American Artist" magazine and a couple of one-issue magazines that summarize the techniques in "Watercolor" (called "Watercolor Highlights") and "American Artist" (called "Portrait Highlights").

    Since 1995 "Watercolor" has been challenging artists with new ideas, new directions, innovations and techniques. It's the kind of regular creative infusion that painters need to stay fresh and develop their work.

    The Summer 2003 issue of "Watercolor"...

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