A Prismatic Palette

Doherty, M. Stephen
July 2004
American Artist;Jul2004, Vol. 68 Issue 744, p38
Profiles Joel Popadics, a watercolor painter from New Jersey. Background of the development of Popadics' interest in painting; Technique used by Popadics in watercolor painting; Opinion of Popadics on paints; Materials used by Popadics in painting.


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