We present biographies and artwork from our 20 esteemed watercolor teachers.by Beth PattersonMary Alice BraukmanThe Power of Letting Goby Mary Alice Braukman, 2005,mixed media and collage, 22 x 30.Collection the artist.Mary Alice Braukman is an innovative artist who continually finds new ways to present images that evoke a sense of motion and dimension.
Renowned for his watercolor paintings of the figure, this artist reminds others to simplify, merge the subject with the background, and respond in a way that is natural and authentic.To read more features like this, subscribe to Watercolor today!Watercolor: What is your training in your art? How did you acquire your skills in drawing and painting?
Joan Iaconetti finds endless wonder in the depths of New York City, accentuating its grit in blurred effects and exhilarating texture in her watercolor painting. View some of the progressive stages of her piece, Exit Only, below.Learn more about Iaconetti’s watercolor painting in the October 2015 issue of Watercolor Artist, available now in print or as an instant download at northlightshop.
Mixed media artist Cynthia Lockhart brings a painter’s eye to fabric constructions, coupling a pitch-perfect sense of color with sophisticated shape relationships in her collages. For a copy of “From Chaos to Collage” order Magazine’s November 2011 issue, available at NorthLightShop.com.
In the October 2007 issue of American Artist, we profile eight of the Plein-Air Painters of American (PAPA) members who will be part of the groups 21st annual exhibition and sale, titled From the Heart: Plein-Air Painters of American at The Haggin Museum, in Stockton, California, on October 21.
Classical Painting: The Realist Sight Size Method with Judith KudlowIf you love the classical painting styles of still lifes that grace the walls of so many museums and stately homes, you’ll adore the lessons taught here by Judith Kudlow. Learn how to get accurate sizes and proportions with this video on painting what you see realistically.